Translation of stillborn in Spanish:


nacido muerto, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈstɪlˌbɔrn//ˈstɪlbɔːn/


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    nacido muerto
    mortinato formal
    the child was stillborn el niño nació muerto
    • the plan was stillborn el plan no llegó a ver la luz
    • This Mass will be of particular interest to parents of stillborn infants of babies who died shortly after birth.
    • The true incidence is likely to be even higher; stillborn babies were excluded from this study because new mothers often don't see them.
    • Infants usually are stillborn or die shortly after birth from respiratory failure.
    • The authors conclude that encouraging parents to view and hold stillborn infants does not benefit mothers and could have an adverse effect.
    • We did not approach women whose babies were stillborn or died as neonates.
    • Now to get to know him well, it doesn't matter if it's a stillborn baby or a 95-year-old grandfather, what I need to bring from inside of me is the value of doing this.
    • Doctors also argue that detailed autopsy of stillborn babies has allowed pathologists to identify viruses that can cause miscarriages.
    • Tragically, about one-third of these babies are stillborn and the rest die in the first days of life.
    • The doctor also showed me the book of horrors kept by the medical staff - photographs of the grotesque, mis-shapen, stillborn children born in the hospital.
    • Defined as a loss prior to 20 weeks gestation, a miscarried fetus does not receive any kind of funeral rights in a hospital, unlike stillborn babies.
    • The Health Department has launched a review of mortuary procedures after a stillborn infant was mistakenly taken from Geraldton Regional Hospital to Greenough Prison last week.
    • We know from other graves that it was common for parents to put a small marker with initials for a stillborn child or an infant.
    • They are trained to presume that a dead infant is stillborn unless there is countervailing evidence.
    • The test was used to test the association between the incidence of congenital malformations occurring in live and stillborn babies in the exposed and unexposed wards for the years before and after the site opened.
    • We did not include stillborn children but included children dying from delivery until 31 December 2000 in the cohorts.
    • Secondary infertility is when you've had one or more babies in the past but can't conceive again, or if you've had one or more miscarriages or stillborn babies.
    • Their risk of dying in childbirth is doubled and of having stillborn babies trebled, and other physical, sexual, and relationship problems are common.
    • This malformation is incompatible with life, affected infants are either stillborn or die in a few days.
    • Pregnant women are routinely tested for syphilis because of the high risk that babies of mothers with untreated syphilis could be stillborn, or born with syphilis.
    • In addition, three stillborn babies died of proved group B streptococcal infection, one during labour.