Thick greenish meconium with particulate matter in amniotic fluid
was considerd as thick meconium while thin meconium was defined as light greenish staining of amniotic fluid
Variables such as foetal age, maternal age and obesity, parity and amniotic fluid
volume measured by gray-scale and Doppler sonography were recorded for each mother (maternal obesity was divided into thin, normal, and obese which the criteria were based on the resolution of sonographic images affected by the patients' subcutaneous fat).
Taking out eggs from incubator then putting them immediately in ice water, lasting for 20 min in order to let cells suspend in amniotic fluid
. Opening the eggs and spilling amniotic fluid
enveloped by amniotic membrance lighty after sterilizing with alcohol.
Clinical study of meconium stained amniotic fluid
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Eighty (80) amniotic fluid
samples were measured in total.
"We showed that using our device, we can collect up to a litre of amniotic fluid
at full-term caesarean deliveries.
H1: Making premature infants smell amniotic fluid
reduces duration of crying induced by peripheral cannulation.
There is a need to match IOF supplements to the properties of the amniotic fluid
of late-incubation egg, into which these supplements are usually delivered.
Dubbed the 'Biobag', it is essentially an artificial womb filled with an artificial amniotic fluid
. It also has an external oxygenator.
DURING PRENATAL CARE, a woman underwent weekly nonstress tests due to excessive amniotic fluid
until the level returned to normal.