Intrinsic hazard of breech presentation

  title={Intrinsic hazard of breech presentation},
  author={M. S. Hopper},
  journal={British Medical Journal (Clinical research ed.)},
  pages={309 - 310}
  • M. S. Hopper
  • Published 1981
  • Medicine
  • British Medical Journal (Clinical research ed.)
in regard to place of delivery may not be compatible with the requirements for the maximum lowering of perinatal and neonatal mortality." This dilemma is capable of resolution. Our comparative survey from west Berkshire2 has indicated that with an agreed booking policy such as exists here we can recommend a general practitioner maternity unit booking with confidence. As the health of mother and baby are paramount, I would, along with many other general practitioner-obstetricians, cease to… Expand
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