It appears from your ratings that you may have an issue that needs attention. If you left a 1 or 2-Star rating by mistake, please correct it before continuing. Or, if your rating is correct, please leave us some feedback so that we can better serve you.
Illustrates embryo length and notes key milestones of development
Paper or Laminated chart styles
Size: 26" W x 20" L
Laminate and styrene chart includes two holes at top for hanging
The Anatomical Chart Company - Prenatal Development chart is perfect for students and patients, this easy-to-understand chart provides a visual overview of prenatal development from fertilization through the third trimester of development. The chart shows and describes the fertilization and implantation process; provides illustrations of the developing embryo and fetus for each period of time; lists average length (in inches and centimeters) during those time periods; and notes some key milestones such as when the baby begins kicking and when women begin to "show."
This chart also graphically represents time periods of sensitivity for major and minor birth defects for the central nervous system and key organs and structures. At the bottom of the chart you will find a key message in regard to the importance of the mother's health to the baby's health, counseling expectant mothers to eat health foods, take folic acid, exercise wisely, and stay away from harmful substances.
Chart Size is 20" Wide x 26" High
Available in paper or laminated styles.
This item may be non-returnable.
Due to our compliance with Health and Safety regulations we cannot accept returns for Pillows, Cushions, Bedding, Supplements, Topicals, Used Braces/Supports, Inserted Products (ear, nose, mouth, etc.) or Massage Products once they are opened or used.
Your satisfaction is important to us. If for some reason you are not satisfied with our product(s), simply ship the remaining bottle(s), unused or used, back to us at your cost for a refund.
Have a question about this item? Want to get insights from others who bought it? Ask here! You'll be notified by email when someone's answered your question
Oops! There was an issue submitting your question. We apologize for this inconvenience.