Definition of Accouchement. Meaning of Accouchement. Synonyms of Accouchement

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Definition of Accouchement

Accouchement
Accouchement Ac*couche"ment (#; 277), n. [F., fr. accoucher to be delivered of a child, to aid in delivery, OF. acouchier orig. to lay down, put to bed, go to bed; L. ad + collocare to lay, put, place. See Collate.] Delivery in childbed

Meaning of Accouchement from wikipedia

- An adverti****t poster for Hartmann's pads, dated circa 1900. "Accouchement" means childbirth, and "puerperal fever" is a postpartum infection....
- obliteration, transliteracy, transliteration, triliteral locus loc- place accouchement, couch, dislocation, local, locality, locate, location, locative, translocate...
- Paleolithic, photolithography, phytolith loc- place Latin locus, locare accouchement, allocate, bilocation, bilocular, cislocative, collocation, couch, couchant...
- propos regarding/concerning (the correct French syntax is à propos de) accouchement confinement during childbirth; the process of having a baby; only this...
- obstetrics. She argued against forceps deliveries and wrote Pratique des accouchements, long a standard obstetric text, which promoted natural deliveries....
- fécondité selon le groupe d'âges de la mère et âge moyen des mères à l'accouchement" (in French). Retrieved 12 November 2013.  CSO. "Vital Statistics -...
- Levret, published "Observations sur les causes et accidents de plusieurs accouchements laborieux" (Observations on the Causes and Accidents of Several difficult...
- University of Strasbourg, where in 1834 he was appointed professor of accouchements (obstetrics). In 1867 he was appointed dean to the faculty of medicine...
- Leroy, Fernand (2001). Histoire de naître: de l'enfantement primitif à l'accouchement médicalisé. De Boeck Supérieur. pp. 100–101. ISBN 978-2-8041-3817-2. ...
- in France, women are allowed to give birth anonymously in hospitals (accouchement sous X) and leave their baby there. In Brazil and Portugal, foundling...
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