Definición de antenatal en inglés:

antenatal

Silabificación: an·te·na·tal
Pronunciación: /ˌan(t)ēˈnādl
 
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adjetivo

[attributive]
Before birth; during or relating to pregnancy; prenatal: antenatal care
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The document states that the hospital's maternity unit catered for the birth and antenatal care of 100 babies last year, compared with 270 born at Chippenham.
  • If you feel unsure about being at the birth, attending antenatal classes will help prepare you and give you confidence to know there's a place for you at the birth.
  • Public patients receive antenatal care and birth care at public hospitals, and care is provided by rostered midwives, residents, registrars, and staff obstetricians.

sustantivo

informal Volver al principio  

Derivativos

antenatally

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • In several large perinatal trials parents have been informed antenatally about the possible need for emergency intervention around the time of birth.
  • She said that several factors had improved survival of premature babies, including giving steroids antenatally to women in premature labour and use of surfactants in premature babies after delivery.
  • Although the diagnosis of many fetal abnormalities is now possible antenatally, the conundrum of what is the most appropriate treatment remains.

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