Clinical guidelines for postpartum women and infants in primary care–a systematic review

@inproceedings{Haran2014ClinicalGF,
  title={Clinical guidelines for postpartum women and infants in primary care–a systematic review},
  author={Crishan V. Haran and Mieke L van Driel and Benjamin L. Mitchell and Wendy E. Brodribb},
  booktitle={BMC pregnancy and childbirth},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND While many women and infants have an uneventful course during the postpartum period, others experience significant morbidity. Effective postpartum care in the community can prevent short, medium and long-term consequences of unrecognised and poorly managed problems. The use of rigorously developed, evidence-based guidelines has the potential to improve patient care, impact on policy and ensure consistency of care across health sectors. This study aims to compare the scope and content… CONTINUE READING
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