antenatal

[ UK /ˈæntənˌe‍ɪtə‍l/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. occurring or existing before birth
    the prenatal period
    antenatal care
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How To Use antenatal In A Sentence

  • Teenage antenatal classes exist in quite a few hospitals now, but there are not nearly enough.
  • Your doctor and the hospital will arrange for you to make regular visits for antenatal care.
  • Integrating a simple infection screening programme into routine antenatal care can reduce the rate of preterm births by 50%
  • But they were very reluctant to attend antenatal classes and so this club had been set up in response to this.
  • It would provide services such as immunisation, antenatal, natal and postnatal care, prevention of malnutrition and common childhood diseases, family planning services and counselling. The Hindu - Front Page
  • An antenatal clinic is a place where women who are expecting babies go for medical examinations and exercises.
  • Trusts will have to offer all women a carbon monoxide test at their antenatal booking appointment and smokers will be referred to smoking cessation clinics. Times, Sunday Times
  • antenatal care
  • She deserved antenatal care, a decent transport system all those things we take for granted in this part of the world.
  • If pregnant, they get no antenatal care and then no nursery or school. The Sun
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