Obstetrics in Remote Settings
by Anne-Sophie Coutin, et al.
Publisher: Medecins Sans Frontieres 2007
Number of pages: 222
This manual is intended for non-obstetricians working in remote settings where medical resources are lacking. The goal is to overcome the fundamental threat of pathology -- that is, save the mother, protect her from any functional sequelae of the pregnancy, and deliver the child in the best possible conditions.
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