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Induction of Labour: Clinical Guideline

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Induction of Labour: Clinical Guideline
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Publisher: RCOG Press
ISBN/ASIN: 1904752489
ISBN-13: 9781904752486
Number of pages: 124

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The purpose of this clinical guideline is to review all aspects of the methodology of induction of labour and the appropriateness of different approaches in the various clinical circumstances that may call for such an intervention.

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