nullipara


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nullipara

 [nŭ-lip´ah-rah]
a woman who has not produced a viable offspring; para 0. adj., adj nullip´arous.

nul·lip·a·ra

(nŭ-lip'ă-ră),
A woman who has never borne a child.
[L. nullus, none, + pario, to bear]

nullipara

/nul·lip·a·ra/ (nul-ip´ah-rah) para 0; a woman who has never borne a viable child. See para. nullip´arous

nullipara

(nə-lĭp′ər-ə)
n.
A woman who has never given birth.

nul·lip′a·rous adj.

nullipara

[nulip′ərə] pl. nulliparae
Etymology: L, nullus, not one, parere, to bear
a woman who has not given birth to a viable infant. The designation "para 0" indicates nulliparity. Compare multipara, primipara.

nullipara

adjective Referring to a woman who has never given birth to a viable child.

noun A women who has never given birth to a viable child.

nullipara

Obstetrics A ♀ who has not given birth to a viable child, or delivered an infant

nul·lip·a·ra

(nŭ-lip'ă-ră)
A woman who has never borne children.
[L. nullus, none, + pario, to bear]

nullipara

A woman who has never given birth to a viable child.

nullipara

a female who has not produced a viable offspring; para 0.
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We could certainly, hopefully with more numbers, look exclusively at nulliparas," replied Dr.
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The median duration of the second stage (from complete dilatation of the cervix to delivery) is 50 minutes in nulliparas and 20 minutes in multiparas, but it can be highly variable.
Physicians at Northwestern University in Chicago reported in a prospective sleep survey study of 189 healthy nulliparas that 18.
Correlations between serum assays of human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) and human placental lactogen (hPL) and pre-eclampsia or intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR) among nulliparas younger than 38 years.
Kirby (2004) noted that nulliparas are 10% more likely to be induced with a 40-week pregnancy and are 37% more likely to be induced with a prolonged pregnancy than multiparas of the same gestational status.