joints in your spine
make easier, help
clinics, office, buildings
did not, didn't
false labour or pre-labour is actually really important, it means your body is starting to get ready for the main event. Your body is starting to prepare itself for the process of labour
contractions that are irregular, do not increase in frequency or severity, and do not efface or dilate the cervix
a genetic (hereditary) form of heart disease. It occurs when heart muscle becomes stretched out in at least one chamber of the heart. This causes the open area of the chamber to get bigger. As a result, the heart is unable to pump blood as well as it should
a group of healthcare providers who work together with you. It might include family doctors, nurse practitioners, nurses, social workers, or dietitians
health information about your close relatives
a meeting between you, your family and your care team
when you can see things in the distance better than things close up
a vision condition where distant objects are easier to see than closer objects
to go without any food or drink
possible, can be done
a test to check for blood in your stool (bowel movement)
letting you baby decide when and how much to eat
an adult nasogastric (NG tube) are placed while you are in bed. It goes through your nose and down into your stomach. You will have an x-ray of your chest and stomach to make sure the tube is in place.
gastrostomy tubes (G-tubes) are placed through the abdominal wall into the stomach in the interventional radiology department. This is done by specially trained doctors,nurses and technologist.
a feeding tube insertion may be done in part using a procedure called endoscopy. This is a way of looking inside the body using a flexible tube with a small camera on the end of it. The endoscope is inserted through your mouth and down your esophagus, which leads to the stomach.
a fellow is a doctor who has completed their residency and wants to complete further training in a specialty
able to have a baby
when a fetus may not be well
When a fetus is not receiving enough oxygen. Signs of fetal distress include a slowed heartbeat or absence of fetal movement. Immediate delivery of the baby is warranted when there is fetal distress.
how fast your baby's heart is beating while in your uterus
rate of the baby's heartbeat while in the uterus or during delivery. Normal fetal heart rate is between 120 and 160 beats per minute.
tracking a fetus's heartbeat and the mother's uterine contractions during labour
when you count your baby's kicks (movements)
After 27 weeks of pregnancy, women are encouraged to perform periodic counts to measure how often their baby moves within an hour. Ten or more movements per hour are considered normal
unborn baby ( 8 weeks to birth)
a condition that causes muscle pain and fatigue
complete, end, finish
before you can begin hemodialysis, there needs to be a way to remove the blood from your body (a few ounces at a time) and then return it. Your arteries and veins are usually too small, so a fistula is made by joining an artery and a vein under the skin in your arm.
commonly used method of providing access to the blood stream in which a vein and an artery in your arm are joined together.
worse, more than normal
change, rise and fall, go back and forth from high to low
catheter into your bladder to drain urine, urinary catheter
a hollow, partially flexible tube that drains urine from your bladder
a kind of vitamin B that's important for healthy blood, heart and nervous system
amount of air that you can breathe in hard in 1 second
breast milk that is present at the beginning of a feeding. This milk is lower in fat and calories than hind milk which is secreted toward the end of a breast feeding
Relating to the application of scientific methods and techniques to the investigation of crime.
during an angiogram, a thin pressure wire is used to measure the impact of plaque build-up in your artery
a technique used to measure pressure differences across a coronary artery stenosis
often, many times
at 37-39 weeks, your pregnancy is considered full-term
a baby born between 39 and 41 weeks gestation.
work, act, do, serve
an operation to treat gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)
a surgery in which the upper part of the stomach is wrapped around the lower part of the esophagus (a long, thin, and muscular tube that connects your throat to your stomach). This surgery strengthens the valve between the esophagus and stomach, which stops acid from backing up into the esophagus as easily
an infection you get from a fungus
you can get a fungal infection from touching or breathing in a fungus