postmaturity

postmaturity

 [pōst″mah-chu´rĭ-te]
the condition of an infant after a prolonged gestation period. adj., adj postmature´.

postmaturity

The state in which a pregnancy lasts longer than two weeks beyond the normal 40 weeks from the first day of the last menstrual period.
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Membrane sweeping at term to promote spontaneous labour and reduce the likelihood of a formal induction of labour for postmaturity: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
knock-on effect of decreasing the interest rate from the postmaturity
Fertilization abnormalities and pro-nucleus size asynchrony after intracytoplasmic sperm injection are related to oocyte postmaturity. Fertil Steril.
The most common was postmaturity (41.3%) which was similar to other studies which show an increase incidence of MAS after 40 weeks of gestation1.
Postmaturity is the condition of a baby that has not yet been born after 42 weeks of gestation, two weeks beyond the normal 40 weeks.
Prematurity and postmaturity radiographs were used to assess the accuracy of the prediction methods.
In four women with degree III obesity, macrosomia and postmaturity accompanied by intrauterine hypoxia was observed.
Thirty-five (46.6%) patients showed premature rupture of membrane (PROM), followed by 18 (24%) with postmaturity as indication of labor [Table 2].
Antenatal complications such as preeclampsia placenta previa abruptio placenta premature rupture of membranes premature labor oligohydramnios gestational diabetes postmaturity postpartum complications and neonatal outcomes were evaluated via the file records and phone interviewing.
PC abnormity in placenta capillaries leads to defects in sinusoidal integrity, a phenotype often observed during pregnancy complications due to diabetes, postmaturity, or preeclampsia [78].
Coverage also includes underweight and obese women, anemia, infections, abnormalities, medical diseases, hypertensive disorders, normal and abnormal labor, intrapartum monitoring and management, induction of labor, twins and multiple pregnancy, intrauterine growth restriction, instrumental delivery, postpartum collapse and hemorrhage, trauma, maternal injuries, cesarean delivery, neonatal resuscitation, prematurity, postmaturity, ultrasonography, diet and exercise, prescribing in pregnancy, and other issues.
In 59% of antenatal mothers, whose children suffered from sepsis, had gestosis in the second part of pregnancy, placental presentation and postmaturity which could cause chronic hypoxia of fetus due to disorders of the uteroplacental circulation.

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