Managing Childbirth Emergencies in the Community and Low-Tech Settings

Managing Childbirth Emergencies in the Community and Low Tech Settings Health care professionals need to make rapid decisions under pressure to prevent and manage adverse outcomes during childbirth Using an enquiry based learning approach this book offers a straightforw

  • Title: Managing Childbirth Emergencies in the Community and Low-Tech Settings
  • Author: Karen Bates Kenda Crozier
  • ISBN: 9781137374813
  • Page: 292
  • Format: Paperback
  • Health care professionals need to make rapid decisions under pressure to prevent and manage adverse outcomes during childbirth Using an enquiry based learning approach, this book offers a straightforward but comprehensive guide to emergency care, with scenarios throughout and expert commentary from a Supervisor of Midwives It all addresses all major emergency situationsHealth care professionals need to make rapid decisions under pressure to prevent and manage adverse outcomes during childbirth Using an enquiry based learning approach, this book offers a straightforward but comprehensive guide to emergency care, with scenarios throughout and expert commentary from a Supervisor of Midwives It all addresses all major emergency situations as well as legal and clinical governance issues It is essential reading for all midwives, paramedics and allied health professionals involved in the provision of obstetric care away from the acute setting.

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    1. Description: This book is a small handbook when dealing with childbirth emergencies out in the community or in a low tech setting. This is full of relevant case studies, reflective questions and key points. This book is up to date and is a must toolkit for midwives working and dealing with these situations. Highlights: The book commences as it should with Clinical Governance, risk management and the legalities. Regardless of the readers knowledge this gives the foundations and background without [...]

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