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Author(s) :

Bradshaw H.

Bibliographical entry (without author) :

Labouring in water. Findings do not fully support conclusions. Letter.
The British Medical Journal 2004;328:768.

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Résumé (français) :

Commentaire de l'article de Cluett et al. (fiche 428).

Abstract (English):

Commentary of the paper by Cluett et al. (428)

The study by Cluett et al, comparing labour in water with standard augmentation for dystocia, tackles an important area.1 Too often modern obstetrics concentrates on major medical interventions and neglects the low tech solutions that many women would prefer.

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Keywords :

alternative birth (waterbirth,...) ; dystocy ; instrumental delivery ; epidural ; active management of labor ; duration of labour

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Cécile_Loup — 30/03/2004

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