The result has been improved pregnancy outcomes in the region.
What does IPO stand for?
IPO stands for Improved Pregnancy Outcome
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We have 136 other meanings of IPO in our Acronym Attic
- Ikatan Pelajar Nahdlatul Ulama (Indonesian: Ikatan Pelajar Nahdlatul Ulama)
- Infectious Pancreatic Necrosis Virus
- Input Parameter Not Valid (Alcatel)
- Integrated Panoramic Night Vision Goggles
- Innocence Project Northwest
- Independence Party of New York
- IGES/PDES Organization
- Illinois Periodicals Online
- Illustrative Purposes Only
- Import Power Online
- In-Process Overview
- Independent Pharmacists of Ontario (Canada)
- Independent Practice Organization
- Independent Program Oversight (consulting)
- Indian Intellectual Property Office
- Indian Patent Office (India)
- Indian Postal Order
- Indice Pollution Organique (French: topographical index of organic pollution of water)
- Indirect Program Office
Samples in periodicals archive:
The birth rate among New Mexico girls between the ages of 15 and 19 is more than one third higher than the national average, according to a study by the state's Improved Pregnancy Outcome Project.
1) Improved control of asthma during pregnancy, including prevention of exacerbations, is associated with improved pregnancy outcomes.
The program's goals are improved pregnancy outcomes and overall child wellbeing and development, as well as economic self-sufficiency for the family.
Kraft added, "Once physicians have seen how additional risk assessment, patient education and high risk obstetrical home care services have improved pregnancy outcomes, they have become strong advocates of Starting Right.
We were convinced that our 'Timely Tots' maternity management program would result in improved pregnancy outcomes for our members, but savings of approximately $3,000,000 realized in 1994 exceeded our most optimistic expectations.
26 /PRNewswire/ -- The results of a major national scientific study conducted over a 33-month period reveal that information provided by a high-tech medical device that monitors uterine contractions in high-risk pregnant women does not aid medical professionals in the early detection of pre-term labor or result in improved pregnancy outcomes.