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Treaty of obstetrics. A large place has been made to physiology to normality in daily practice.

Loïc Marpeau, Collège National des Gynécologues et Obstétriciens Français (CNGOF), Collège national des Sages-femmes, Association française des sages-femmes enseignantes françaises (2010)

TRAITÉ D’OBSTÉTRIQUE. Elsevier Masson  Display this record
➡ midwifery training ; physiology ; placenta previa/accreta ; position during labor ; premature baby ; guidelines ; public health ; maternal health ; baby’s health ; amniotomy ; episiotomy ; exams during labor ; fundal pressure ; instrumental delivery ; active management of labor ; pain medication ; oxytocin ; IV ; epidural ; rupture of membranes ; vaginal examination ; 3rd stage of labor ; dystocy ; eclampsia (pre-) ; breech presentation ; brachial plexus (birth injury) ; informed consent




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