- The red toque. // CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;1/20/2004, Vol. 170 Issue 2, p245
Presents the short story "The Red Toque," by Ronald Ruskin.
- Dread. Ruskin, Ronald // Healing Muse;Fall2011, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p123
The short story "Dread" by Ronald Ruskin is presented.
- Our beautiful quiet. Ruskin, Ronald // CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;5/18/2010, Vol. 182 Issue 8, pE347
The article presents the poem "Our Beautiful Quiet," by Ronald Ruskin. First Line: 2300 hours July 1. My very first night on emergency, Last Line: No cry, no whimper, no movement, no breath.
- When labour starts. // Australia's Parents;Apr/May97 Supplement Birth, Issue 98, p26
Describes certain signs that indicate the arrival of labor (obstetrics). Contractions; Breaking of water; Preparation. INSET: Book tips..
- Coping with pain in labour. // Australia's Parents;Apr/May97 Supplement Birth, Issue 98, p28
Informs on actions to be taken to lessen the pain in maternal labor. Acupuncture and acupressure; Birth stool; Different positions; Massage; Music; Nipple stimulation; Relaxation and self-hypnosis; Squatting bars; Support person(s); TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation); Drugs;...
- Gain from pain. Sundin, Juju // Australia's Parents;Apr/May97 Supplement Having a Baby, Issue 98, p12
Offers some suggestions to help a woman take charge of her own labor. Ways of controlling pain; Need for control; Expressing pain, not repressing it.
- The length of labor. Gilbert, Susan // Redbook;Jul96, Vol. 187 Issue 3, p28
Compares the knowledge of doctors' assumptions regarding length of labor and actual length of labor. First-time mothers; Succeeding pregnancies; Remarks on unnecessary caesareans.
- Baby's day out. D.R.M. // Cortlandt Forum;03/25/97, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p153
Informs readers that the stimulus for the onset of labor in a term obstetric patient has not yet been determined despite much research.
- An end to starvation in labor? Kleiner, Ellen; Ashisha // Mothering;Fall91, Issue 61, p96
Reports that anesthesia-related deaths are rarely caused by aspiration during child birth according to researcher K.W. Elkington, thereby rendering food and drink prohibition during labor unnecessary. Factors causing anesthesia-related deaths; Reexamination of hospital protocols on the intake...