Gesuchter Begriff Birth hat 15 Ergebnisse
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Birth Birth
DE Phrasen mit birth EN Übersetzungen
Date de naissance: Date of birth: Date de naissance:
Date and place of birth/Geburtsdatum und -ort: Date and place of birth:
Date de naissance/Date of birth/Geburtsdatum: Date de naissance/Date of birth:
Pays de naissance/Country of birth/Geburtsland: Pays de naissance/Country of birth:
Lieu de naissance/Place of birth/Geburtsort: Lieu de naissance/Place of birth:
‚Evaluation of Testicular Toxicology: A Synopsis and Discussion of the Recommendations Proposed by the Society of Toxicologic Pathology‘, Birth Defects Research, Part B, 68, S. 408-415. , “Evaluation of Testicular Toxicology: A Synopsis and Discussion of the Recommendations Proposed by the Society of Toxicologic Pathology”, Birth Defects Research, Part B, 68, 408-415.
Cooper (2007). ‚The Rodent Estrous Cycle: Characterization of Vaginal Cytology and its Utility in Toxicological Studies‘, Birth Defects Research, Part B, 80 (2), S. 84-97. Cooper (2007), “The Rodent Estrous Cycle: Characterization of Vaginal Cytology and its Utility in Toxicological Studies”, Birth Defects Research, Part B, 80 (2), 84-97.
[53] Siehe Bericht des Lebensmittel- und Veterinäramts im Anschluss an seinen Kontrollbesuch in Irland vom 14.- 17. Mai 2001: "Avant l'apparition de la fièvre aphteuse, la directive 92/102/CEE du Conseil n'avait pas été mise en oeuvre en Irlande, pour ce qui concerne l'identification des ovins et des caprins."Siehe auch den Abschlussbericht des Lebensmittel- und Veterinäramts im Anschluss an einen Kontrollbesuch im Vereinigten Königreich vom 12. bis 16. März, S. 9 und 10: "Council Directive 92/102/EEC requires identification of small ruminants (sheep and goats) as to their holding of origin (although not on an individual basis). This Directive should have been transposed into national legislation by 1 January 1995. Official identification of small ruminants in UK, by means of an ear tag bearing the registration number of the holding of birth, has only been compulsory for animals born since 1 January 2001 (the date upon which the Directive was actually transposed for these animals in the UK). In the absence of an official tagging system, a mixture of unofficial permanent means of identification and temporary identification is used. The vast majority of animals moving through markets are marked with coloured dyes. There is no compulsory requirement for sheep to be accompanied by any form of official documentation during routine movements."Siehe auch Bericht des Lebensmittel- und Veterinäramts nach seinem Kontrollbesuch in Frankreich vom 2. bis 6. April 2001: "Beaucoup d'efforts ont été faits par le centre national d'urgence (la cellule fièvre aphteuse), en coopération avec les centres locaux d'urgence, pour procéder au traçage des animaux en France et à l'étranger." (…). "Ces efforts ont été compromis par a) la faiblesse des contrôles existants à différents niveaux…b) la mise en oeuvre incomplète de la directive 92/102/CEE du Conseil (présence de petits troupeaux non enregistrés avec des animaux non identifiés) et c) des informations non disponibles, manquantes ou erronées dans le système ANIMO." [53] The HVO's report on the audit visit to Ireland from 14- 17 May 2001 said that before the FMD outbreak Council Directive 92/102/EEC had not been implemented in Ireland as far as sheep and goat identification was concerned.See also the HVO's final report following an inspection visit to the United Kingdom from 12 to 16 March, pp. 9 and 10, "Council Directive 92/102/EEC requires identification of small ruminants (sheep and goats) as to their holding of origin (although not on an individual basis). This Directive should have been transposed into national legislation by 1 January 1995. Official identification of small ruminants in UK, by means of an ear tag bearing the registration number of the holding of birth, has only been compulsory for animals born since 1 January 2001 (the date upon which the Directive was actually transposed for these animals in the UK). In the absence of an official tagging system, a mixture of unofficial permanent means of identification and temporary identification is used. The vast majority of animals moving through markets are marked with coloured dyes. There is no compulsory requirement for sheep to be accompanied by any form of official documentation during routine movements";See also the HVO's report on its inspection in France from 2 to 6 April 2001, which stated that the national emergency centre (the FMD unit), together with the local emergency centres, had made a great effort to trace animals, both inside and outside France (…). Their efforts had been compromised by (a) the weaknesses in the controls at various levels, (b) the incomplete implementation of Council Directive 92/102/EEC (presence of small unregistered flocks with unidentified animals and (c) unavailable, missing or defective information in the ANIMO system.
„Appropriate technology for birth“, World Health Organisation, 24(8), The Lancet (1985), S. 436-437). ; in der Erwägung, dass die Sectio-Rate in Europa seit Anfang der 1990er Jahre jedoch stark ansteigt und in Deutschland beispielsweise im Jahre 2003 eine Rate von 26,7% erreicht hat, 'Appropriate technology for birth', World Health Organisation, 24(8) The Lancet (1985) 436-437. ; whereas however since the early 1990s caesareans have rapidly been becoming more frequent in Europe, and in Germany, for instance, attained a rate of 26.7% in 2003,
Zhila Izadi reportedly received her punishment only a few days before giving birth to a child, which was immediately taken away from her. Zhila Izadi reportedly received her punishment only a few days before giving birth to a child, which was immediately taken away from her.
Bei den Versicherern und den Gynäkologen kennt man diese Fälle als wrongful-birth-Fälle oder Fälle unerwünschter Geburt. Insurers and obstetricians refer to these as wrongful birth or wrongful births.
Das EU-Aktionsprogramm im Bereich der öffentlichen Gesundheit stellte 2005 Fördermittel für EURONEOSTAT http://ec.europa.eu/health/programme/policy/2008-2013/index_en.htm („European Information System to Monitor Short and Long-Term Morbidity to Improve Quality of Care and Patient-Safety for Very-Low-Birth-Weight Infants — Europäisches Informationssystem für die Überwachung kurz- und langfristiger Morbidität zur Verbesserung der Versorgungsqualität und der Patientensicherheit für Neugeborene mit sehr geringem Geburtsgewicht“) bereit. The EU programme of Community action in the field of public health provided funding in 2005 for the ‘European Information System to Monitor Short and Long-Term Morbidity to Improve Quality of Care and Patient-Safety for Very-Low-Birth-Weight Infants’ (EURONEOSTAT) http://ec.europa.eu/health/programme/policy/2008-2013/index_en.htm .
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birth (n) [beginning] Ursprung (n) {m} [beginning]
birth (n) [beginning] Entstehung (n) {f} [beginning]
birth (n) [origin] Entstehung (n) {f} [origin]
birth (n) [beginning] Geburtsstunde (n) {f} [beginning]
birth (n) [beginning] Genese (n) {f} [beginning]
birth (n) [origin] Genese (n) {f} [origin]
birth (n) [origin] Aufkommen (n) {n} [origin]
birth (n) [origin] Entstehen (n) {n} [origin]
birth (n) Geburt (n) {f}
birth (n adj v) [beginning or start; a point of origin] Geburt (n adj v) {f} [beginning or start; a point of origin]
birth (n) [general] Geburt (n) {f} [general]
birth Entbindung {f}
birth (n) Niederkunft (n) {f}
birth Kindsgeburt

Englisch Deutsch Übersetzungen

EN Synonyme für birth DE Übersetzungen
creation [origin] stvarstvo (n)
beginning [origin] začetek {m}
labour [bringing forth a baby] Ü|en| delo {n}
seed [start] seme {n}
germ [start] mikrob
extraction [start] izlužitev