Ron Mikolajczyk

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OBJECTIVE Caesarean section was initially performed to save the lives of the mother and/or her baby. Caesarean section rates have risen substantially worldwide over the past decades. In this study, we set out to compile all available caesarean section rates worldwide at the country level, and to identify the appropriate caesarean section rate at the(More)
In 1985 when a group of experts convened by the World Health Organization in Fortaleza, Brazil, met to discuss the appropriate technology for birth, they echoed what at that moment was considered an unjustified and remarkable increase of caesarean section (CS) rates worldwide. 1 Based on the evidence available at that time, the experts in Fort-aleza(More)
  • Laura Anne Dyne, G. H. Luttrell, C. Haycocks, J. R. Craynon, Laura A. Dyne, Gerald Luttrell +3 others
  • 1998
(ABSTRACT) Coal mining in Pennsylvania has long been an important factor in the economic development of the commonwealth. However, the mines abandoned before today's strict environmental regulations have degraded over half of Pennsylvania's counties. Subsidence incidents, known as chimney caves, are in the form of sinkholes and develop above abandoned(More)
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