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Publication Date: 1992
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Chard, T., Richards, M. P. M
This book reviews some of the current questions and debates in obstetrics. The reactions of patients to screening for fetal abnormalities and antenatal diagnosis, public concern over assisting fertilization, the rise in caesarean sections, and the role of the midwife are just some of the topics discussed bythe authors. The book gives a good analysis of what are the principal developments and ethical concerns for obstetricians in the 1990s.Chard, T. is the author of 'Obstetrics in the 1990s : Current Controversies', published 1992 under ISBN 9780521432306 and ISBN 0521432308.
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