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(British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology[TA])
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  • WHO Recommendations, Dollars, and Sense. [Journal Article]
  • BJOGBJOG 2018 May 18
  • Robinson J
  • In 2016 the World Health organization (WHO) outlined its vision for high quality care for all pregnant women and their newborns (WHO recommendations on antenatal care for a positive pregnancy experie...
  • Exploring the limits of conscience. [Journal Article]
  • BJOGBJOG 2018 May 04
  • McMillen R
  • Dr John Thorp presents the clinical conundrum of working in an establishment where his views on abortion, based on his interpretation of Hippocratic and Catholic ethical codes, were not in kilter wit...
  • Conscience and abortion. [Journal Article]
  • BJOGBJOG 2018 May 04
  • Drife JO
  • Doctors, like everyone else, must listen to their consciences. Those who provide abortion are motivated by compassion. Our conscience will not let us turn away from women in distress. Many of us had ...
  • The INOSS study of uterine rupture: a descriptive multi-country population based study. [Journal Article]
  • BJOGBJOG 2018 May 04
  • Vandenberghe G, Bloemenkamp K, … Roelens K
  • CONCLUSIONS: Higher prevalence of complete uterine ruptures per TOLAC was observed in countries with low previous CS and high TOLAC rates. Rates of hysterectomy and perinatal death are about 10% following complete uterine rupture, but in women undergoing TOLAC the rates are extremely low (only 2.2 and 3.2 per 10,000 TOLACs respectively.) This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
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