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Clinical Physiology in Obstetrics

by Geoffrey Chamberlain

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During pregnancy, no system in the body does not undergo major changes. The aim of this book, therefore, is to describe the physiology of these changes and to explain how an understanding of them is relevant to the care of the pregnant woman. The book is organized by body system and describes in detail the findings of the latest research into the physiology of human pregnancy. Good clinical practice in obstetrics depends on a sound understanding of the relevent physiology, and this book will certainly prove invaluable to all obstetricians, whether in training or in practice.

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