(1) Referring to a mother; motherly.
(2) Referring to a woman who has given birth.Segens Medical Dictionary. © 2012 Farlex, Inc. All rights reserved.hydrops fetalisKernicterus, Rh incompatibility, Rh-induced hemolytic disease of newborn Obstetrics An accumulation of fluid in neonates, resulting in a puffy, plethoric or hydropic appearance that may be due to various etiologies Clinical Ascites, edema, protein or chronic intrauterine anemia, hepatosplenomegaly, cardiomegaly, extramedullary hematopoiesis, jaundice, pallor COD Heart failure. SeeHemolytic disease of the newborn.Hydrops Fetalis, causesImmuneMother produces IgG antibodies against infant antigen(s), often an RBC antigen, most commonly, anti-RhD, which then passes into the fetal circulation, causing hemolysisNon-immuneHydrops may result from various etiologies includingFetal origin, eg congenital heart disease (premature foramen ovale closure, large AV septal defect), hematologic (erythroblastosis fetalis, -thalassemia due to hemoglobin Barts, chronic fetomaternal or twin-twin transfusion), infection (CMV, herpesvirus, rubella, sepsis, toxoplasma), pulmonary (cystic adenomatoid malformation, diaphragmatic hernia, with pulmonary hypoplasia, lymphangiectasia), renal (vein thrombosis, congenital nephrosis) and teratomas, skeletal malformations (achondroplasia, osteogenesis imperfecta, fetal neuroblastomatosis, storage disease, meconium peritonitis, idiopathic)PlacentalChorangioma, umbilical or chorionic vein thrombosisMaternalDM, toxemia
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.maternal(m-trnl)Relating to or derived from the mother.[L.maternus,fr.mater,mother]Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012MaternalFrom ones mother.Mentioned in:Prader-Willi SyndromeGale Encyclopedia of Medicine. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Amniotic Fluid Analysis and L/S Ratio
Centre for Maternal and Child Enquiries
Confidential Enquiry into Maternal and Child Health
deaths occurred within 24 h of admission in hospital and 42.60%
deaths occurred within 1-6 days of admission in hospital.
Study of maternal mortality in a tertiary care hospital in a district of Maharashtra
SUKKUR — Speakers at a dialogue have urged the people belonging to different segments of the society to create awareness about the significance of improving
People urged for creating awareness about significance of maternal health
This is crucial moment in the global effort to reduce
mortality since it is a time of transition from Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) to the Sustainable Goals (SDGs).
Maternal death surveillance orientation session held
A Quantitative Analysis of Determinants of Child and
RELATIONS BETWEEN CHILDREN AND MATERNAL NUTRIMENT IN QINGHAI AND GANSU, NORTHWESTERN RURAL CHINA
Additionally, the fact that black women face a significantly higher rate of
mortality was another data point highlighted during the hearing, further adding to the need for this bill that has bipartisan support and more than 170 cosponsors.
ACOG supports bill on maternal mortality review committees
During the second stage, the EFM may record the
heart rate from the uterine arteries.
How to differentiate maternal from fetal heart rate patterns on electronic fetal monitoring: Three cases illustrate how maternal heart rate may masquerade as a fetal heart rate pattern and obscure the interpretation of EFM recordings
To date, only California has successfully reduced its
MATERNITY CARE IN CRISIS: American women are dying from childbirth at a higher rate than in any other developed country
The authors noted that other states have used the same methodology to calculate
Report: Texas maternal deaths were dramatically lower in 2012 under new methodology
Researches of various cattle breeds have shown that growth traits, particularly at early ages, are influenced not only by the genes of the individual for growth and by the environment in which it is raised, but also by the
genetic composition and environment provided by the dam (Ghafouri et al., 2008).
ESTIMATES OF GENETIC PARAMETERS FOR DIRECT AND MATERNAL EFFECTS WITH SIX DIFFERENT MODELS ON BIRTH WEIGHT OF BROWN SWISS CALVES
mortality is a critical indicator to assess the quality of services provided by a health care system.
MATERNAL NEAR MISS- AN INDICATOR OF MATERNAL HEALTH IN A TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL OF ODISHA
Both the BMMS-2010 and BMMS-2016 surveys found that the proportionate contribution of hemorrhage to all
Hemorrhage, eclampsia cause 55pc of maternal deaths: survey
The objective of the study was to determine association of
height with baby crown heel length.
ASSOCIATION OF MATERNAL BMI WITH FETAL BIRTH WEIGHT AND MATERNAL HEIGHT WITH FETAL CROWN HEEL LENGTH
Materiel Requirements Review Committee
Materiel Utilization Control Office
Materiel Utilization Reference File
Maternal & Child Health Policy Research Center
Maternal & Family Health Services, Inc.
Maternal and Child Health Advisory Board
Maternal and Child Health Block Grant
Maternal and Child Health Information Resource Center
Maternal and Child Health Initiative
Maternal and Child Health Programme
Maternal and Child Health Research Center
Maternal and Child Health Research Consortium
Maternal and Child Health Services Block Grant
Maternal and Child Health/Family Planning
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