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Normale Geburt

  • K.M. Chalubinski
  • P. Husslein
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Zusammenfassung

Die Geburt ist ein natürlicher Vorgang, und es ist die Aufgabe des Geburtshelfers, unter Berücksichtigung der individuellen geburtsmechanischen, physiologischen und auch psychischen Gegebenheiten eine Begleitung und risikoadaptierte Überwachung der Schwangeren und des Kindes zu gewährleisten.

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