Definition of partogram in US English:

partogram

(also partogramm)

noun

Obstetrics
  • A graphical representation of the progress of a confinement from the time when there is significant cervical dilatation, on which various physiological parameters of the mother and offspring are recorded periodically along with details of medical intervention.

Origin

1950s. From classical Latin partus birth + -o- + -gram, after German Partogramm.

Pronunciation

partogram

/ˈpɑːtəɡram/