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Enhancing access to emergency obstetric care through surgical task shifting in Sierra Leone: confrontation with Ebola during recovery from civil war
Kielland's forceps. From controversy to consensus?
Kiellands forceps, a timely reminder
Does screening for Down's syndrome cause anxiety in pregnant women? A systematic review
The validity of self-reported information about hypertensive disorders of pregnancy in a population-based survey: the Tromsφ Study
The efficacy of moderate-to-vigorous resistance exercise during pregnancy: a randomized controlled trial
Single-dose compared with multiple day antibiotic prophylaxis for cesarean section in low-resource settings, a randomized controlled, noninferiority trial
Contribution of antepartum and intrapartum hemorrhage to the burden of maternal near miss and death in a national surveillance study
Does internal podalic version of the non-vertex second twin still have a place in obstetrics? A Danish national retrospective cohort study
Folic acid supplementation and methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase (MTHFR) gene variations in relation to in vitro fertilization pregnancy outcome
Complications and long-term follow-up on colorectal resections in the treatment of deep infiltrating endometriosis extending to bowel wall
Sexual function in women before and after surgery for pelvic organ prolapse
Tubal ligation and salpingectomy and the risk of epithelial ovarian cancer and borderline ovarian tumors: a nationwide case–control study
Combined use of endometrial sample and magnetic resonance imaging in the preoperative risk-stratification of endometrial carcinomas
Use of ‘non-medical’ ultrasound imaging before mid-pregnancy in Copenhagen
Accuracy of self-reported smoking cessation during pregnancy
Three-dimensional ultrasound does not improve diagnosis of retained placental tissue compared to two-dimensional ultrasound
On the evidence for intrapartum fetal monitoring with ECG-ST analysis
Risks of vaginal breech delivery at term compared with elective cesarean section – Reply to comments by Walker and Powell, and Sholapurkar
Interest in dietary recommendations for obese pregnant women
Perimortem cesarean section: three possible procedures to overcome atonic bleeding after successful resuscitation
William H. Kutteh (Editor) and William F. Rayburn (Consulting Editor). Recurrent First Trimester Pregnancy Loss, an issue of Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinics of North America. Clinics Review Articles. March 2014, Vol. 41, number 1. Elsevier Health Sciences, Oxford, 2014. 463 pages. ISBN:9780323290241. Hardcover and ebook. €78.