|SYNO ||antenatal | antepartum | prenatal|
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- Previously there had been no international consensus on the optimal antenatal management of NAIT, and numerous strategies had been used in different centers that specialized in antenatal treatment.
- There are many ways of changing health systems to help women access antenatal care, such as new health policies, educating health workers and health service re-organisation.
- As a clinical psychologist she worked with adults and families on topics covering antenatal care, genetic counselling and occupational stress.
- From 1927 there was an antenatal clinic in the building.
- Mediastinal shift may be detected on antenatal ultrasound in certain fetal conditions.
- West Berkshire England performed an antenatal massage trial in 1984, and many small trials have been performed worldwide since.
- In the 1980s she took a role in the evaluation of a trial of a new pattern of antenatal care in Aberdeen (involving more delegation to midwives and general practitioners, and fewer scheduled antenatal visits. ...
- Treatment for antenatal depression poses many challenges because the baby is also affected by any treatment given to the mother.
- Another study conducted in 2011 found that even those pregnant women who attended antenatal classes had very little knowledge of danger signs during pregnancy.
- • Received one antenatal check-up.
- A Cochrane review from 2020 recommends the use of a single course of antenatal corticosteroids to accelerate fetal lung maturation in women at risk of preterm birth.
- In pregnancy, it is not yet clear if antenatal PFMT helps to prevent or treat fecal incontinence.
- The parochial school moved to a new address - 79 Ortachala. Its building later was used as antenatal clinic.
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