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Precipitate delivery

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Precipitate delivery refers to a delivery which results after an unusually rapid labor and culminates in the rapid, spontaneous expulsion of the infant. Delivery ...

Rapid Labor: Signs, Difficulties and Management

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Rapid labor, also called precipitous labor, is characterized by labor that can last as little as 3 hours and is typically less than ... Medical Education Division, Web.

Chapter 8 med terms Flashcards

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Chapter 8 med terms. Description. med terms 8. Total Cards. 104. Subject. Medical. Level. Undergraduate 3. Created. 10/12/2012 ... Definition .... rapid labor  ...

Clinical Significance of Precipitous Labor

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Dec 29, 2014 ... Precipitous labor is extremely rapid labor and delivery. ... with 99 precipitous labors at term by Mahon et al [2], precipitous labor occurred mostly ...

Medical terms explained

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This alphabetical list contains explanations of medical words you may come across on the RCOG ... instruments (forceps or ventouse) are used to help deliver the baby during the pushing part of labour. ..... Tachycardia, A rapid heart beat.

Precitious (rapid) Labor? - Circle of Moms

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Jan 28, 2010 ... It is really scarry when you get to term because you can go nowhere ..... their own bodies and needs best unless there is a medical problem. ... My son also was a rapid labor, no one could ever explain why they came so quick.

Precipitate labourrapid delivery | A Midwife's Muse

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Aug 3, 2008 ... Here is the first danger associated with a rapid birth, baby taking a tumble .... Interesting i hadnt heard the term precipitate labour until baby #6 though, ..... Without talking to the medical staff I can't say why baby was born not ...

Extreme birth story: An unbelievably fast labour - Today's Parent

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Aug 15, 2014 ... Some women give birth in less than three hours—it's called “precipitous labour.” One couple shares their story of an unusually speedy delivery.

10 Common Labor Complications - Medical News Today

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Mar 9, 2016 ... For the baby, rapid labor can lead to the aspiration of amniotic fluid and increase ... Delivery method, infant diet could impact long-term health.

Safe Prevention of the Primary Cesarean Delivery - ACOG

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However, the rapid increase in cesarean birth rates from 1996 to 2011 without clear ... For example, it may be necessary to revisit the definition of labor dystocia .... Child Health and Human Development Maternal-Fetal Medicine Units Network .

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Female Reproductive System Flashcards

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Nov 3, 2012 ... Definition ..... Branch of medicine dealing with the care of women during pregnancy and childbirth ... Rapid labor and childbirth ...

Precipitate labor | definition of precipitate labor by Medical dictionary

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Looking for online definition of precipitate labor in the Medical Dictionary? ... vaginal bleeding in excess of a heavy show; a rapid and irregular pulse and drop in ...

What is the medical term meaning rapid labor - Answers.com

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oxytocia ... Is bradycardia the medical term for an abnormally rapid heartbeat? No , that ... The medical term that refers to a difficult labor and delivery is dystocia.