The Cumulative Effect of Induction of Labour on Maternal and Infant Morbidity in Northern Jordan

@inproceedings{Hatamleh2013TheCE,
  title={The Cumulative Effect of Induction of Labour on Maternal and Infant Morbidity in Northern Jordan},
  author={Reem Hatamleh and Marlene Sinclair and George W Kernohan and B. Bunting},
  year={2013}
}
In 1985, the World Health Organization (WHO) stated that no country should have an induction rate higher than 10%. Inappropriate use of technology in childbirth has become an issue of international concern with reports of its negative impact on maternal and infant physical and psychological wellbeing. The aim of this paper is to describe the outcome data from a prospective cohort study and how these were used to test a model of the association between birth technology for inducing birth and… CONTINUE READING

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