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Effective care in pregnancy and childbirth: a synopsis 

Effective care in pregnancy and childbirth: a synopsis
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Effective care in pregnancy and childbirth: a synopsis
Author(s):

Murray Enkin

, Marc J. N. C. Keirse

, James Neilson

, Caroline Crowther

, Lelia Duley

, Ellen Hodnett

, and Justus Hofmeyr

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780192631732.003.0050
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date: 17 December 2017

Chapter 50 tries to summarize the main conclusions reached in earlier chapters. This summary takes the form of six tables which list, respectively: (1) beneficial forms of care; (2) forms of care that are likely to be beneficial; (3) forms of care with a trade-off between beneficial and adverse effects; (4) forms of care of unknown effectiveness; (5) forms of care that are unlikely to be beneficial; (6) forms of care that are likely to be ineffective or harmful.

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