Inducing Labour: Making Informed Decisions

£8.00

Sara Wickham
2014

This book is being replace by The AIMS Guide to Induction of Labour which can be pre-ordered now for delivery in mid April.

Common questions on AIMS helpline are those to do with inducing labour and this book emerged because of those enquiries. The book is divided into three sections, the first about what induction involves. The second part then looks at helping women to decide what is right for them when making decisions about induction. This section is also aimed at health professionals and others providing support to women when guiding them through the decision making process, enabling them to understand the risks and benefits of induction and the full range of alternatives. The final section provides a summary and discussion of research evidence, or lack of it. This section looks at all the possibilities for when medical induction is or may be used, or indeed avoided. The book includes references and an index. This book is also available as an e-book please see AIMS Kindle Books for further details

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