Tocolysis

Tocolysis: The delaying or inhibition of labor during the birth process.
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tocolysis

The inhibition of labour, the delaying or halting of labour. From toco- + lysis meaning, in this sense, dissolution = the dissolution of labour. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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tocolysis

(to-kolĀ“ĭ-sis) postponement of preterm labor.
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tocolysis

tocolysis, tokolysis Inhibition of uterine contractions; usually, with medical drugs.
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Tocolysis

The process of stopping or delaying contractions during premature labor. Generally, tocolysis is only effective for a few days. Narrower term(s): Tocolytics
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Tocolysis

The administration of medications to stop uterine contractions
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