Neonatal jaundice in association with oxytocin stimulation of labour and operative delivery

Friedman, E.A.; Sachtleben, M.R.
January 1976
British Medical Journal;1/24/1976, Vol. 1 Issue 6003, p198
Academic Journal
Examines the association of neonatal jaundice with oxytocin stimulation of labor and operative delivery. Incidence of bilirubinaemia; Cause of focal hemorrhages; Complications in the use of traumatic methods of mid-forceps or assisted breech during delivery.


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