Comparison of breastfeeding rates in Scotland in 1990-1 and 1997-8.

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especially in the case of deliveries without fetal distress, although we found a similar trend with assisted vaginal vertex deliveries for fetal distress. The anxiety for the patient generated by the decision for caesarean section may provoke increased maternal catecholamine release that initially causes reduced perfusion of the placental bed and gas… (More)

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@article{Tappin2001ComparisonOB, title={Comparison of breastfeeding rates in Scotland in 1990-1 and 1997-8.}, author={David M. Tappin and James Mackenzie and Ann J. Brown and Robert W Girdwood and Jane Britten and Mary Broadfoot}, journal={BMJ}, year={2001}, volume={322 7298}, pages={1335-6} }