Translation of midwife in Spanish:

midwife

partera, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈmɪdˌwaɪf//ˈmɪdwʌɪf/

noun

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    partera feminine
    comadrona feminine
    matrona feminine
    male midwife partero
    • Ask the doctor, midwife, nurse or local hospital or clinic about childbirth classes near you.
    • Delivering your baby at home with a nurse midwife generally isn't recommended because of the increased potential for problems due to your diabetes.
    • Once the bleeding has been evaluated its management may remain with general practitioners or midwives.
    • Again, close liaison between obstetrician, midwife, general practitioner, cardiologist, and neonatologist is vital.
    • The study of its principles is now part of the registration requirement for nurses and midwives.
    • Talk to your midwife or obstetrician (pregnancy specialist) about activities you should avoid during the healing period.
    • There are health clinics staffed by nurse midwives in rural areas.
    • Childbirth without fear should become a reality for women, midwives, and obstetricians.
    • Some of the midwives were trained in modern modes of delivery.
    • In addition to doctors, the bill also fails to protect registered nurses and midwives who are out on call.
    • A research nurse employed by the study then identified a senior obstetrician or midwife and a senior neonatologist or neonatal nurse within each of these hospitals.
    • Possible adverse events were detected by two nurses in medicine and surgery and two midwives in obstetrics.
    • Various forms of simple models are now being used to train midwives, doctors and obstetricians.
    • The health industry recruits nurses, midwives, radiographers and mammographers.
    • It goes without saying that no visit with the local midwife or the general practitioner was offered before the 15th week.
    • He announced that nurses and midwives would also be trained to counsel patients and administer the drug.
    • Lynn says it helps that a number of nurses and midwives have trained in the courses.
    • Physicians, nurses, midwives, and pharmacists, among others, are to be roped in for the campaign.
    • Your midwife or health visitor will also check for jaundice.
    • The doctor, obstetrician, midwife, or family practitioner is often the liaison between parents and the NICU team.