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 Übersetzung für 'post partum' von Englisch nach Deutsch
med.
post-partum {adj} <pp., p.p.>
postpartal
med.VetMed.
post-partum {adj} <PP> [attr.]
nach der Geburt [nachgestellt]
Teiltreffer
acc.
post
Buchungs­posten {m}
8
Internet
post
Post {n} [ugs.] [Posting]
8
to posteinen Posten eintragen
jobsmil.
post
Posten {m}
56
post{prefix}Post- [vor Subst.]
30
jobs
post
Position {f}
185
constr.
post
Standsäule {f}
25
Internet
post
Beitrag {m} [Forum, Newsgroup]
154
postPfosten {m}
802
constr.
post
Säule {f}
62
postStandpunkt {m}
23
jobs
post
Stelle {f}
247
Internet
post
14
Post {m} [Beitrag in einem sozialen Netzwerk, Forum, Blog usw.]
jobs
post
Arbeitsstelle {f}
420
Internet
to post
einen Beitrag verfassen [Forum, Newsgroup]
postPostsendung {f}
21
mil.
post
Dienstposten {m}
5
to postabsenden
162
post{prefix}nach-
236
jobs
post
Stellung {f} [Posten]
28
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Some Muslim sources allege that pre-Islamic Arabian society practiced infanticide as a form of "post-partum birth control".
  • Immune reconstitution syndrome commonly presents as after microbiological control of infection (in cases of immune suppressing pathogens such as HIV) but the syndrome may also present after organ transplant, in the post-partum state, with formerly neutropenic hosts or withdrawing anti-TNF therapy.
  • The focus of their work is to assist women during delivery and immediately post-partum.
  • Sayeba Akhter and has since been supported by health workers worldwide as an effective method to stop post partum hemorrhage, particularly in low resource settings.
  • This lack of knowledge is not necessarily evident in other parts of the globe as exemplified in South-Eastern Hungary with the use of post-partum contraceptives.

  • Prior to the famines in East Africa brought on through imperialism and colonization, atmit was used regularly to nourish and support women in their post-partum periods.
  • What he did not know was that Ocey was being given regular but unnecessary doses of morphine for her post-partum pain by her mother and aunts.
  • It is theorized that oogonia either degenerate or differentiate into primary oocytes which enter oogenesis and are halted in prophase I of the first meiosis post partum.
  • It increases the risk of the mother getting an infection, having uterine rupture, or having post-partum bleeding.
  • A test whereby rats were given meat rather than placenta supported the contribution of the afterbirth components to the enhanced opioid effect by showing no increase in the pain threshold of the post-partum mother.

  • It is a day to increase awareness to enhance the practice of Kangaroo Care in NICUS, Post Partum, Labor and Delivery, and any hospital unit that has babies up to 3 months of age.
  • However, in his 1939 publication: “Simmonds’ Disease due to Post-partum Necrosis of the Anterior Pituitary”, Dr.
  • Leukocytosis is an expected finding in healthy women during the post-partum period and is not a cause for alarm unless accompanied by clinical manifestations of infection.
  • In 50% of instances, HELLP syndrome develops preterm, while 20% of cases develop in late gestation and 30% during the post-partum period.
  • Infants were more likely to be victims than older children, and a link to post-partum depression was suggested.

  • The ointment may ease discomfort from post-partum vaginal soreness and hemorrhoids.
  • The study concluded that 67% of the pregnant women had reported a higher level of sensitivity to smell, 17% had an olfactory distortion and 14% had phantosmia; these distortions were very minimal towards the last stages of pregnancy and in the majority were not present post partum.
  • 5% of their mother's post-partum weight. This is the smallest offspring-to-mother ratio for any bat family; across all bats, newborns are 22.3% of their mother's post-partum weight.
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