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The core competencies for basic midwifery practice Critical ACNM Document Revised
The core competencies for basic midwifery practice. Adopted by The American College of Nurse-Midwives May 1997
Epidural anesthesia in labor - Benefits Versus Risks
Informed consent for epidural analgesia in labor
Mann O.H.; Albers L.L.
Macroscopic examination of the placenta immediately following birth
Clinical bulletin no. 2--January 1997 early-onset group B strep infection in newborns prevention and prophylaxis
Risks of devices for direct detection of group B streptococcal antigen
Patient preference for self-collected cultures for group B streptococcus in pregnancy
Taylor M.C.; Mercer B.M.; Engelhardt K.F.; Fricke J.L.
Can water immersion stop labor?
Midwifery as a discipline
Trends in state laws and regulations affecting nurse-midwives: 1995-1997
The university of California, San Diego nurse-midwifery bridge program - An Opportunity to Learn Intrapartum Nursing Skills
Hunter L.P.; Dixon L.R.; Lops V.R.
Prevention practices for perinatal group B streptococcal disease: a multi-state surveillance analysis
Whitney C.; Plikaytis B.; Gozansky W.; Wenger J.; Schulchat A.
Midwifery and Childbirth in America
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