A Short History of Clinical Midwifery: The Development of Ideas in the Professional Management of Childbirth
Books for Midwives Press, Jan 1, 1995 - Medical - 200 pages
An illustrated review of the general historical progress of clinical midwifery and obstetrics. This book is a sketch of that progress in the conquest of difficult labour, pain, haemorrhage and infection, as well as eclampsia and many other complications.
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