In obstetrics, antepartum haemorrhage (APH), also prepartum hemorrhage, is
genital bleeding during pregnancy from the 24th week gestational age to term.
occurring before childbirth, with reference to the mother. Spelled also ante
partum. Called also antepartal and prepartal. antepartum/postpartum before or
Adj. 1. antepartum - occurring or existing before birth; "the prenatal period"; "
antenatal care". antenatal, prenatal. Based on WordNet 3.0, Farlex clipart
Antepartum means "before birth." The antepartum period is also called the
prenatal period. The antepartum period begins when a woman's pregnancy is ...
Antepartum definition, of or noting the period prior to childbirth; before delivery.
Medical definition of antepartum: relating to the period before parturition : before
The BC Women's Antepartum Unit works with women who require hospitalization
during their pregnancy related to complications for themselves and/or their ...
Antepartum Fetal Testing. Fetal heart rate monitoring and ultrasound are the
primary methods our physicians use to get an accurate measure of how well a ...
Antepartum haemorrhage (APH) is usually defined as bleeding from the birth
canal after the 24th week of pregnancy. It can occur at any time until the second ...
antepartum (not comparable). Describing the period before ... References.
^ “antepartum” in Douglas Harper, Online Etymology Dictionary (2001).