Here is an impressive and thought-provoking volume on intervention and technology in obstetrics. This invaluable resource for both health professionals and health consumers can be used in clinical practice to improve the health and well-being of mothers and babies everywhere. Experts examine the technologies used in obstetrics today, describe the current state of knowledge about them, and address the overwhelming ethical and moral issues involved in the emergence and increasing sophistication of obstetrical technology.health history results were compared, and no differences were found between the EFM and auscultated groups. ... Neonatal neurological examination was done in each of the four controlled trials, and differences between auscultated and EFM groups were found only in Renoua#39;s study. ... As was mentioned earlier, serious questions have been raised about both the assumption that intrapartum anoxia is aanbsp;...
|Title||:||Obstetrical Intervention and Technology in the 1980s|
|Author||:||Diony Young, Helen Marieskind|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1983-01-01|