Lamaze

adjective relating to the Lamaze method of childbirth
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Lamaze

A registered name for a program that teaches childbirth education classes.
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Lamaze

Developed by French obstetrician Dr. Fernand Lamaze in the 1940's, this is the oldest form of prepared childbirth classes available. The technique takes an un-biased and neutral opinion regarding pain relief options used during labor and delivery, but shows women how to cope with their pain through controlled breathing techniques and relaxation me....
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Lamaze

method of childbirth that involves psychological and physical preparation by the mother for the purpose of suppressing pain and facilitating ... [2 related articles]
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Lamaze

This technique for preparing for childbirth
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Lamaze

This technique for preparing for childbirth is based on the idea that the best way to control pain is through knowledge and relaxation. The approach uses relaxation and rhythmic breathing patterns by the laboring woman in conjunction with the support of her coach to deal with the pain of labor and delivery.
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Lamaze

Type: Term Pronunciation: lĕ-mahz′ Definitions: 1. Fernand, French obstetrician, 1890-1957. See: Lamaze method
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Lamaze

[adj] - relating to the Lamaze method of childbirth
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