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Maternal morbidity

Postpartum haemorrhage: latest developments in prediction, drug treatment and monitoring

It is commonly stated that postpartum haemorrhage is unpredictable, and so midwives and obstetricians always need to be prepared (Weeks and Neilson, 2015). While this is true to a certain extent, it...

‘Fallacy of normalcy’ in post-childbirth maternal morbidities: a feminist-pragmatist exploration

This study aimed to explore the key influences on women's help-seeking behaviour in the first 12 months post-childbirth. This study was conducted over three phases using a mixed-methods approach....

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