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OB definition

Barry University Nurse Anesthesia

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is a women who is not or never has been pregnant nulligravida
is a women who is or has been pregnant irrespective of the pregnancy outcome gravida
refers to a woman's previous pregnancies of at least 20 weeks gestation parity
is a woman who is pregnant for first time beyond the stage of abortion primigravida
is a woman who has completed two or more pregnancies beyond the stage of abortion multigravida
is a woman who has delivered once of a fetus that has reached viability beyond the stage of abortion primipara
is a woman in labor parturient
is a woman who has just given birth puerpera
begins at conception and ends 13 weeks from last menstrual period first trimester
is the period from 13-26 weeks from the last menstrual period in a gravida second trimester
begins 27 weeks following the last menstrual period and ends with delivery in the gravida. The mean duration of pregnancy is 280 days or 40 weeks. third trimester
delivery occurs when infant delivers prior to 37 weeks gestation preterm
delivery when infant delivers after 42 weeks gestation, a term delivery occurs between 37 & 41 weeks gestation postterm
time frame before delivery of fetus antepartum
time frame after delivery of fetus postpartum
is a woman who has never completed a pregnancy beyond an abortion. (never given birth to a child) nullipara
Created by: blue42