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Pregnancy, Parturition, and the Puerperium

  • Klea D. Bertakis

Abstract

The family physician has a unique role in the care of the pregnant patient. With knowledge of the patient’s family dynamics, living Situation, and social support system, the family physician provides prenatal care focused toward a healthy birth and the development of a nurturing family unit.

Keywords

Ectopic Pregnancy Fetal Heart Rate Genital Herpes Uterine Contraction Placenta Previa 
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