Rosen's Management of Labor: Physician's Judgement and Patient Careby Taylor and Francis, Mortimer G. Rosen
Medical care is often not limited to a single treatment, and when considering a patient several options for care may be available to the physician. This book is a practical guide to the 'art of' clinical management of the patient in labour, considered by Dr Rosen to be a cornerstone of the job of the obstetrician and often neglected as the technology associated with labour has increased.
In this second edition, the text has been updated to reflect the changes that have occurred since the first edition was published, with the addition of several new chapters, but the original philosophy of Dr Rosen has been maintained. The book will prove an invaluable support to the trainee and practising obstetrician, particularly during difficult moments in patient care such as fetal stress, breech delivery and the use of forceps.
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