Synonyms for obstetric or Related words with obstetric

obstetrical              obstetrics              antepartum              gynecological              urologic              gynecology              fetoscopy              gynaecological              gynaecology              gynecologic              pulmonology              obstetrician              cardiological              childbirth              proctology              intrapartum              urological              antenatal              appendectomy              cardiologic              puerperium              hysteroscopy              gynacology              dysmenorrheal              perioperative              celioscopy              urologist              fetoscopic              gynecologist              cardiothoracic              endoscopies              birthing              adenomyosis              cholecystectomy              menorrhagia              varicocele              colostomies              vcug              neonatology              amnioscopy              laparascopy              myomectomy              dysmenorrhoea              gynecologists              thoracentesis              adhesiolysis              anoscopy              laparoscopies              orchidal              obgyn             

Examples of "obstetric"
Obstetric nurses assist midwives, doctors, women, and babies before, during, and after the birth process, in the hospital system. Obstetric nurses hold various certifications and typically undergo additional obstetric training in addition to standard nursing training.
The first 3 are basic obstetric projects: the Obstetric Anesthesia Infrastructure Development (OAID) Project, the Obstetric Anesthesia Support (OAS) Project, and the Private Hospital (PH) Project.The fourth is the Advanced Obstetric Anesthesia 1 + 2 + 3 Project (AOA123), designed not only to advance engaged hospitals from providing a safe and effective neuraxial labor analgesia services to reaching a full range of state-of-the-art obstetric and anesthetic services, but also to have self sustainable improvements.
In the UK, it was used by the "Obstetric Flying Squads" at patient's homes to resuscitate mothers during major obstetric complications (mostly major haemorrhage) during home births.
4) Stars: Advanced Obstetric Anesthesia 123 Project.
Henry Oldham (1815–1902) was an English obstetric physician.
Obstetric Anesthesia Education Gives Birth to Improved Outcomes in China
Obstetric anesthesiologists employ the following pharmacological agents and techniques:
Hypotension secondary to spinal anaesthesia in obstetric patients
Obstetric forceps or ventouse may be used to facilitate childbirth.
1. One High Risk Obstetric Anesthesia Clinic/Consultation
1) Drop pins indicate Obstetric Anesthesia Infrastructure Development Project (OAID)
2) Round dots indicate Obstetric Anesthesia Support Project (OAS)
The World Health Organization’s Strategies and Interventions for Obstetric Referrals:
An Obstetric Flying Squad is a form of medical retrieval team that is composed of an obstetrician, anaesthetist, midwife and other healthcare personnel who are on-call to attend to mothers with major obstetric complications occurring in the community.
The Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, & Neonatal Nursing is a peer-reviewed nursing journal in the fields of obstetrical nursing, women's health nursing, and neonatal nursing. It is the official publication of the Association of Women's Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses.
In the United States, obstetric anesthesiology is a sub-specialty of anesthesiology (i.e., an anesthesiologist trains for an additional year as a fellow to qualify as an obstetric anesthesiologist).
She was an obstetric surgeon at the Mothers’ Hospital from 1913 to 1945, and an obstetric and gynaecological surgeon at the Royal Free Hospital. She was also an honorary surgeon at the Marie Curie Hospital in Hampstead.
Obstetric fistulae have far-reaching physical, social, economic, and psychological consequences for the women affected.
Sydney Adventist Hospital offers acute surgical, medical and obstetric care. Services include:
Use is documented in the attached references: in obstetric care, particularly in labor;