David K. James
Saunders, 2003 - Medical - 408 pages
This companion to James et al's popular HIGH RISK PREGNANCY, 2ND EDITION, summarizes the evidence for a broad range of obstetric clinical problems. Its convenient handbook summary style and cross references to HIGH RISK PREGNANCY make it perfect for on-the-spot consultations and for further study.
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ORGANIZATION OF PRENATAL CARE
MATERNAL WEIGHT AND WEIGHT GAIN
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