Noun(1) a woman skilled in aiding the delivery of babies
(1) Delivering your baby at home with a nurse midwife generally isn't recommended because of the increased potential for problems due to your diabetes.(2) It goes without saying that no visit with the local midwife or the general practitioner was offered before the 15th week.(3) Ask the doctor, midwife , nurse or local hospital or clinic about childbirth classes near you.(4) Again, close liaison between obstetrician, midwife , general practitioner, cardiologist, and neonatologist is vital.(5) A research nurse employed by the study then identified a senior obstetrician or midwife and a senior neonatologist or neonatal nurse within each of these hospitals.(6) The doctor, obstetrician, midwife , or family practitioner is often the liaison between parents and the NICU team.(7) Your midwife or health visitor will also check for jaundice.(8) Talk to your midwife or obstetrician (pregnancy specialist) about activities you should avoid during the healing period.(9) I was privileged to be a colleague of its midwife and founding editor, Susan McHenry, now our editorial director, when she was formulating ideas for it.(10) However, Thomas said police officers should be given a crash course in midwifery , as delivering babies had become a regular part of their routine.(11) He's also been encouraging retired nurses to return to the profession and asking mothers with older children to take to nursing or midwifery .(12) Creating a more lush sonic presence without obliterating all traces of the band's personality was a balancing act midwifed by Terry Tran, who produced, engineered, and mixed the album.(13) Lynn says it helps that a number of nurses and midwives have trained in the courses.(14) Various forms of simple models are now being used to train midwives , doctors and obstetricians.(15) In addition to doctors, the bill also fails to protect registered nurses and midwives who are out on call.(16) During this period midwifery was all but abolished.
(1) midwife :: מְיַלֶדֶת
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