Dealing with third-trimester bleeding

Howe, Carol L.
February 1985
RN;Feb85, Vol. 48 Issue 2, p29
Academic Journal
Deals with emergency procedures in the care of pregnant women who experienced third-trimester bleeding. Role of nurses in the delivery of emergency care; Causes of third trimester bleeding; Proper positioning of a patient with vaginal bleeding.


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