The Obstetrics Manual

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McGraw-Hill, 1999 - Medical - 220 pages

A practical manual for the general practitioner and particularly for the isolated rural practitioner undertaking the care of pregnant women. The text is written from the point of view of modern minimal-interventionist obstetrics and emphasizes the need to understand the objectives of treatment and the limitations of the practitioner. The book covers all areas from the normal process of childbirth to those with complications and how to deal with them

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Antenatal Care
Management of Labour
Postnatal Care

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