spontaneous delivery


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spontaneous delivery

Delivery of an infant without external aid.
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In our initial survey of vaginal delivery cases, there were no differences in the length of full delivery time between the spontaneous delivery group and vacuum-assisted delivery group; but the length of the second delivery stage of the vacuum-assisted delivery group was 3-fold longer than that of spontaneous delivery group (Table).
We tested 78 amniotic fluid samples from patients who delivered prematurely (defined as spontaneous delivery before 37 weeks of gestation) at the Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois, Lausanne, Switzerland, from 2003 to 2006.
We report a rare case of a 33-year-old woman (gravida 3) who suffered from simultaneous uterine rupture and cerebral haemorrhage during admission for a spontaneous delivery at 39 weeks gestation.
Simcox and associates recruited 247 women from nine centers in the United Kingdom carrying singleton pregnancies of less than 24 weeks' gestation and at high risk of preterm birth because of a history of a previous spontaneous delivery between 16 and 34 weeks.
On the other hand, they noted that the induced group had a slightly greater blood loss, slightly lower APGAR scores, a 17% increase in epidural use and a 5% higher cesarean section rate than the spontaneous delivery group.
However, among spontaneous delivery mothers that rose to 30.4 months.
"With this show we're going back to core Martha Stewart--but with a more exciting, spontaneous delivery thanks to the unique talents of Mark Burnett," says NBC U syndic topper Barry Wallach.
(In general hospitals are paid 1500 Euros for a spontaneous delivery and 3800-4800 Euros for a CS) The Netherlands There is a rise in the CS rate although there is a strict division between primary and secondary care and midwives carry out the risk selection.
Function rooms fronting the river lend themselves to relaxed buffet dining and spontaneous delivery of tributes such as The Silvery Tay written by local poet William McGonagall.
The claim alleged the spontaneous delivery of the infant with imperforate anus, ventricular septal defect, left facial palsy, umbilical hernia and inguinal hernia.

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