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parturient when she is in labor
puerperal after delivery
Gravida total number of pregnancies, regardless of their type, location and time or method of termination-delivery
primigravida is pregnant for the first time
nulligravida has never been pregnant
parity refers to the number of deliveries of viable infants
para indicates the number of pregnancies, regardless of methods of delivery or number of fetuses, that terminate after the 22nd week
nullipara has never carried a pregnancy beyond the twenty-second week
multipara carried more than one pregnancy beyond 22weeks
Created by: joshpaek910