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Natural labor and birth: an evidence-based guide to the natural birth plan

Author: Michelle Aristizabal
Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill Education, [2019]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The ONLY evidence-based resource covering natural childbirth practices offering a logical middle-of-road approach to the natural birth movement. Natural Labor and Birth: An Evidence-Based Guide to the Natural Birth Plan is written to provide a reliable source of information for healthcare professionals caring for patients seeking a natural birth. Up until now, doctors and nurses who would like to work with women
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Genre/Form: Popular works
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michelle Aristizabal
ISBN: 9781259862878 1259862879
OCLC Number: 1029770705
Description: xi, 333 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 23 cm
Contents: The battle for natural birth in the American maternity system --
The evidence in support of a natural birth plan --
Alternative tools for common challenges --
The bookends of holistic maternity care: the antepartum and postpartum periods.
Responsibility: Michelle Aristizabal, MD, FACOG.

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"The ONLY evidence-based resource covering natural childbirth practices offering a logical middle-of-road approach to the natural birth movement. Natural Labor and Birth: An Evidence-Based Guide to the Natural Birth Plan is written to provide a reliable source of information for healthcare professionals caring for patients seeking a natural birth. Up until now, doctors and nurses who would like to work with women seeking a natural birth have been frustrated by the lack of easily accessible, trustworthy resources on this topic, and most have not been trained on how to utilize methods outside of the traditional framework. Evidence-based natural childbirth is not discussed in any unified fashion in any of the existing obstetrical texts. Natural Labor and Birth: An Evidence-Based Guide to the Natural Birth Plan seeks to end the friction between natural and traditional obstetrics care. It is unique in that it does not attempt to make a case for natural childbirth, it only seeks to demonstrate how natural birth can exist within the framework of typical antepartum care and hospital deliveries and respond to patient preferences. It teaches the skills necessary to assist a woman through an unmedicated childbirth that are not taught in most obstetrical residencies and nursing programs and provides a compilation of the medical evidence supporting alternative practices"--

"The only evidence-based resource covering natural birth practices that will serve as a go-to resource on labor and delivery units for obstetricians, midwives, labor and delivery nurses, and doulas"--

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