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induction

the initial TRAINING an employee may receive at the commencement of employment to familiarize him or her with the workings of the organization.
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Induction of labor is indicated where the benefits to mother or to the fetus outweighs the benefit of continuing pregnancy4-6.
In Group-A induction of labor and in Group-B expectant management was done.
The ideal dose and routes of the administration of misoprostol for the induction of labor at full term are still a matter of controversy.
This protocol was based on the International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics (FIGO) misoprostol recommended dosages, [sup][11] the WHO recommendations for induction of labor, [sup][12] and the Cochrane review by Hofmeyr et al .
Pelvic examination was carried out before induction of labor and 2-4 times per hour depending on the initial pelvic findings, onset of adequate uterine contractions, or whenever indicated.
Materials and Methods: A total of 175 pregnant women requiring induction of labor were recruited.
The Study: The data for all live births in Sweden from 1992 through 2005 were evaluated for the induction of labor.
Induction of labor on request in a resource-poor setting.
Bishop score and risk of caesarean delivery after induction of labor in nulliparous women.
Early elective deliveries (which include cesarean sections and induction of labor without a medical reason) declined from 27.
The guide is woman-centered and addresses labor and normal birth, vaginal examinations and artificial rupture of the membranes, fetal heart rate monitoring, perineal trauma and suturing, examination of the newborn at birth, home birth, water immersion, malpositions and malpresentations in labor, slow progress, assisted birth, caesarean section, vaginal birth after caesarean section, preterm and breech births, twins and higher-order births, hemorrhage, emergencies, resuscitation, induction of labor, pre-eclampsia, stillbirth and neonatal death, intrapartum blood tests, medication, and risk management, litigation, and complaints.
The results showed that in induced women, induction of labor did not convey an increased risk of cesarean section when comparing outcomes in gestational weeks 39, 40 or 41 with those women who waited longer for a spontaneous or later induced labor.