Alleviation of labor pain in Norway. An interview investigation in 1969 and 1986.


In 1969 the Scan-Gallup institution interviewed a random sample of 503 women from all parts of Norway who had given birth during the last 24 months. Cesarean sections and forceps deliveries were excluded. The interviews revealed that 69% of the women were left unattended for a considerable part of the delivery, that their husbands were present at only 6% of… (More)


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