Management of Labor and Delivery

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Robert K. Creasy
Blackwell Science, 1997 - Medical - 593 pages
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At the moment, there is no definitive source in the literature on labor management for obstetricians and perinatologists, covering not only the basic science but also the practice from an international perspective. Management of Labor and Delivery covers the physiology and pathophysiology of labor, clinical diagnosis, the management of normal labor, induced labor, and abnormal labors such as prematurity, breach, twins, Cesarean section, pain relief and so on. The emphasis throughout is on careful intrapartum assessment and the selection of appropriate action.

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Dr. Creasy is the author of New Hope for Problem Pregnancies and Maternal-Fetal Medicine: Principles and Practice, now in its third edition.

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