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expand_more El riesgo de placenta retenida o de extracción manual de la placenta, o ambas, fue inconsistente.
No hubo casos de placenta retenida en ninguno de los grupos.
El alumbramiento es el período comprendido entre el nacimiento y la expulsión de la placenta.
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expand_more The risk of retained placenta or manual removal of the placenta, or both, were inconsistent.
There were no cases of retained placenta in either group.
The third stage of labour is that period from birth of the baby until delivery of the placenta.
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Ejemplos de uso para "placenta" en español
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EnglishThe only known cure for pre-eclampsia is delivery of the baby and placenta.
EnglishThe third stage of labour is that period from birth of the baby until delivery of the placenta.
EnglishThe risk of retained placenta or manual removal of the placenta, or both, were inconsistent.
EnglishThe third stage of labour is the period from the birth of the baby until delivery of the placenta.
EnglishCaesarean section is a common abdominal operation for surgical delivery of a baby and the placenta.
EnglishThere were no cases of retained placenta in either group.
EnglishTo assess the efficacy and feasibility of IUD insertion immediately after expulsion of the placenta.
EnglishThe mother then delivers the placenta, or 'after-birth'.
EnglishIt is used in pregnancy to study blood circulation in the baby, the mother's uterus and the placenta.
EnglishManual removal of the placenta involves an operation to remove the placenta, but it can have adverse effects.
EnglishWith expectant management, signs of placental separation are awaited and the placenta is delivered spontaneously.
EnglishIn two of the studies, the placenta was delivered with controlled cord traction when signs of placental separation were present.
EnglishThe third stage of labour begins immediately after the birth of the baby and ends with the expulsion of the placenta and fetal membranes.
EnglishHere there is less numbing of the woman's legs but the opioid drugs cross the placenta and can make the baby sleepy.
EnglishAt the time of birth, the infant is still attached to the mother via the umbilical cord, which is part of the placenta.
EnglishThe degree of blood loss depends on how quickly the placenta separates from the uterine wall and the uterine muscle contracts.
EnglishControlled cord traction to deliver the placenta should remain as part of the active management of third stage of labour.
EnglishThere is no clear difference in the need for manual removal of placenta, blood transfusion or the risk of postpartum haemorrhage.
EnglishOnce a baby is born, the womb (uterus) continues to contract, causing the placenta to separate from the uterine wall.
EnglishIt is thought to improve the mother's blood flow to the placenta, and during labour to relieve pain.
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