Coverage also includes underweight and obese women, anemia, infections, abnormalities, medical diseases, hypertensive disorders, normal and abnormal labor, intrapartum monitoring and management, induction of labor, twins and multiple pregnancy, intrauterine growth restriction, instrumental delivery, postpartum collapse and hemorrhage, trauma, maternal injuries, cesarean delivery, neonatal resuscitation, prematurity, postmaturity, ultrasonography, diet and exercise, prescribing in pregnancy, and other issues.
What does IOL stand for?
IOL stands for Induction of Labor (childbirth)
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We have 56 other meanings of IOL in our Acronym Attic
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- Idhu Oru Kadhal Kathai (film title)
- Inter-Organisational Knowledge-Network (Europe)
- Independent Order of Knights of Pythias (sword society)
- Instant Office Kit for Psychotherapists (software)
- Instituttgruppe for Oslo Kommunale Sykehus (Norwegian: Department Group of Oslo Municipal Hospitals)
- Ideas on Liberty (Foundation for Economic Education)
- India Office Library
- Indian Oxygen Limited
Samples in periodicals archive:
FROM THE ANNUAL MEETING OF AMERICAN COLLEGE OF OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNECOLOGISTS SAN DIEGO--The risk of C-section doubled in women undergoing induction of labor who received an epidural before 4-cm dilation, compared with later epidural administration, a retrospective study found.
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.
Ebke scheduled induction of labor to begin on May 12, 1998.
Abstract National databases indicate that induction of labor has risen dramatically in the United States over the last ten years.
They include the plaintiff attorney's case summary, complaint, opening statement, and closing argument; depositions from plaintiff and defense expert witnesses; verdict information; TRIAL articles and ATLA Education speaker papers; national guidelines pertaining to fetal distress, induction of labor, C-sections, and preeclampsia; secondary sources, such as Internet resources, a medical glossary of terms, and an abbreviated medical journa survey; and medical illustrations from Medical Legal Art: The Doe Report, an ATLA Extras company.
Obstetric "conveniences": elective induction of labor, cesarean birth on demand, and other potentially unnecessary interventions.