multipara


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multipara

 [mul-tip´ah-rah]
a woman who has had two or more pregnancies resulting in viable offspring; called also pluripara. adj., adj multip´arous.
grand multipara a woman who has had six or more pregnancies that resulted in viable offspring.

mul·tip·a·ra

(mŭl-tip'ă-ră),
A woman who has given birth at least twice to an infant, liveborn or not, weighing 500 g or more, or having an estimated length of gestation of at least 20 weeks.
[multi- + L. pario, to bring forth, to bear]

multipara

/mul·tip·a·ra/ (mul-tip´ah-rah) a woman who has had two or more pregnancies resulting in viable fetuses, whether or not the offspring were alive at birth.multip´arous
grand multipara  a woman who has had six or more pregnancies resulting in viable fetuses.

multipara

(mŭl-tĭp′ər-ə)
n. pl. multipa·ras also multipa·rae (-rē)
A woman who has given birth two or more times.

multipara

[multip′ərə] pl. multiparae
Etymology: L multus + parere, to bear
a woman who has delivered more than one viable infant. Also called pluripara. Compare multigravida, nullipara, primipara.

multipara

Obstetrics A woman who has completed 2 or more pregancies resulting in the birth of live infants, or to the point of viability. Cf Multigravida.

mul·tip·a·ra

(mŭl-tip'ă-ră)
A woman who has given birth at least twice to an infant, liveborn or not, weighing 500 g or more, or having an estimated length of gestation of at least 20 weeks.
[multi- + L. pario, to bring forth, to bear]

multipara

A woman who has carried at least two babies to a viable stage or who has delivered more than one live baby.

multipara

a female which has had two or more pregnancies resulting in viable offspring.
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30% of grand multipara were illiterate 60% of great grand multigravida were illiterate.
The term "Grand Multipara" was introduced in 1934 by Solomon, who called the grand multipara the "Dangerous Multipara"1.
Among 252 antenatal grand multipara 239 cases had complication in the antepartum period.
Age and parity related problems affecting outcome of labour in grand multipara.
A multipara who has earlier delivered vaginally may still require a caesarean section for safe delivery.
Regarding parity 25 (50%) patients were multipara, 9 (18%) grand multipara, 6 (12%) primipara, 5 (10%) great grand multipara and 5 (10%) nullipara.
In this study, we have found that the NBW increases with increase in UBW in both primipara and multipara (t = -0.
A higher maternal mortality (GMP 4%, MP 1%) and low APGAR score (GMP 12%, MP 4%) were observed among babies born to grand multipara group.
Rural multipara participants rated their stress concerning finances on the average of 2.
Tenders are invited for Supply of multipara monitor
Se evaluaron 115 vacas primiparas y multiparas pertenecientes a la Escuela Agrotecnica "Las Delicias", establecimiento lechero ubicado en el oeste de la Provincia de Entre Rios.