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- adj. of, or relating to obstetrics
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to midwifery: as. obstetrical skill; obstetrical surgery.
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- adj. of or relating to or used in or practicing obstetrics
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She has written, testified, and lectured widely on subjects such as obstetrical malpractice, IUDs, hormone therapy, and product liability.
But it was becoming clear that we were going from an easy, painless, uncomplicated birth to some kind of obstetrical emergency.
It was then that wives looked at their hus - bands with greater affection, knowing that upon these men depended the family safety; and in this way the cabin of the Thetis became a kind of obstetrical seminar, with Brother Whipple as instructor and his medical books as texts.
"Yes, well," Lane said, "Dr. Dr.ver said a pregnant woman just died of blood loss from some kind of obstetrical complication.
At the risk of profound understatement, we note that abortion symbolizes more than merely an obstetrical procedure.
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You might end up in the obstetrical unit yourself, he warned.
International efforts are being directed at treatment for these women, but prevention demands that all women have access to skilled birth attendance and access to emergency obstetrical care.
While some standards, such as those in anesthesia, are clear and easily complied with, others, such as in obstetrical cases, are complicated and can be contradictory.
Pryde PG, Bardicef M, Klein M, Treadwell MC, Johnson MP, Isada NB, et al. Gastroschisis: can ultrasound predict infant outcomes, and should it be used to alter obstetrical management?