labor 英 ['leɪbə(r)] 美 ['lebɚ]
释 义 n. 劳动；工作；劳工；分娩 vi. 劳动；努力；苦干 vt. 详细分析；使厌烦
词 根 labor
adj. labored 吃力的；费劲的；不自然的
n. labour 劳动力，人工；分娩
例 句 However, after years of labor in their chosen field, they begin to hate their jobs.
induction 英 [ɪnˈdʌkʃn] 美 [ɪnˈdʌkʃn]
释 义 n. [电磁] 感应；归纳法；入门培训，入职仪式，就职；诱导
词 根 induct
adj. inductive [数] 归纳的；[电] 感应的；诱导的
n. inductor 感应器；授职者；
vt. induce 诱导；引起；引诱；感应
例 句 Every induction is a speculation. 所有归纳推理都是一种猜测。
作者： Hannah E. Knight
Older women are at increased risk of pregnancy complications, including gestational diabetes, placenta praevia, and postpartum haemorrhage, and experience higher rates of intervention during labour and delivery. After controlling for comorbidities , the risk of antepartum stillbirth at term is higher among women aged ≥35 years than among younge women and is higher still for nulliparous women aged ≥35 years. Observational data indicate that induction of labour at or before term may be beneficial because the risk of perinatal death is at its lowest for births between 38 and 39 weeks of gestation. However, current United Kingdom guidelines recommend that induction for prolonged gestation is offered to women between 41 to 42 weeks of gestation, when the risk of stillbirth is 2 to 3 per 1,000 deliveries.