Future of general practitioner obstetrics: discussion paper

Brudenell, J. M.
March 1983
Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine;Mar1983, Vol. 76 Issue 3, p197
Academic Journal
The article presents a discussion paper that deals with the future and the role of general practitioner obstetrics for the full antenatal care of their patients. Pregnancy and childbirth are considered the important events in a woman's life. A regular medical adviser is necessary for pregnant women to avoid possible complications during pregnancy.


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