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postnatal
American English: /poʊstˈneɪdl/
British English: /pəʊstˈneɪtl/

Translation of postnatal in Spanish:

adjective

  • (care/checkup)
    de posparto
    Example sentences
    • The clinic offers counselling, electrocardiogram and stress tests, pap smear, antenatal and post-natal care and vaccination and immunisation for infants and adults.
    • Human growth during the embryonic, fetal, and post-natal periods provides a good model for mammalian growth.
    • Women's vulnerability has been exacerbated by unequal access to basic resources, especially prenatal and post-natal healthcare services.

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