Obstetric anesthesia workforce survey: twenty-year update.

@article{Bucklin2005ObstetricAW,
  title={Obstetric anesthesia workforce survey: twenty-year update.},
  author={Brenda A. Bucklin and Joy L Hawkins and James R. Anderson and Fred A Ullrich},
  journal={Anesthesiology},
  year={2005},
  volume={103 3},
  pages={645-53}
}
“THE position of woman in any civilization is an index of the advancement of that civilization; the position of woman is gauged by the care given her at the birth of her child.” Although many developments have occurred in obstetric anesthesia since this quote’s first publication in 1929, advances in the subspecialty have been complicated by medicolegal, financial, maternal, and fetal considerations. In addition to these concerns, recent economic pressures, variations in payment, patient… CONTINUE READING

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