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parturient

 [pahr-tu´re-ent]
giving birth or pertaining to birth; by extension, a woman in labor.

par·tu·ri·ent

(par-tū'rē-ent),
Relating to or in the process of childbirth.
[L. parturio, to be in labor]

parturient

(pär-to͝or′ē-ənt, -tyo͝or′-)
adj.
1. About to bring forth young; being in labor.
2. Of or relating to giving birth.
3. About to produce or come forth with something, such as an idea or a discovery.

par·tu′ri·en·cy n.

par·tu·ri·ent

(pahr-chŭr'ē-ĕnt)
Relating to or in the process of childbirth.
[L. parturio, to be in labor]
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The parturient selection was randomized, according to the previously mentioned criteria, including the morning, the afternoon and the night periods duties.
Use of islands, peninsulas, and sites near open water by parturient cow moose is believed to improve their ability to detect and/or escape predators (Peterson 1955; Altmama 1958; Bailey and Bangs 1980; Stephens and Peterson 1984; Leptich and Gilbert 1986; Addison et al.
However, parturients after foetal extraction may be reluctant to remain awake in an uncomfortable position potentially interfering with the end of surgical procedure (usually surgery ends within 20-30 min after the delivery) (3).
The acceptance of PPIUCD was high in the parturients studied 42 (38%) but comparable to other studies done globally in spite of it being a newer technique which show acceptance of 28.9%10.
Cesarean delivery, which is usually applied to terminate pregnancy in such parturient, is currently popular to be performed under combined spinal epidural anesthesia (CSEA).
In this case report, we presented our analgesia and anaesthesia management for a parturient with PC.
Some of the reasons for not applying RA were parturients' refusal for RA (68%), anesthesiologists' preference (36.1%), obstetricians' preference (31.9%), and lack of training/education in 17% of the hospitals surveyed.
The safety of phenylephrine infusion has not been proven in parturient suffering from cardiovascular disease and its use is not recommended at present.
The values of serum calcium and blood glucose were significantly lower (P<0.05) in buffaloes with retained placenta than normal parturient buffaloes without retention.
Key words: Di-calcium phosphate, super juice, total antioxidant status, phosphorus, buffaloes, parturient haemoglobinuria.
Left lateral tilt (15[degrees]) of the parturient after spinal anaesthesia to ensure displacement of the gravid uterus and subsequent aortocaval compression has been standard practice since the 1970s.