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Geburtshilfe

  • J. Neumark

Zusammenfassung

Im letzten Jahrzehnt sind mehr als ein Dutzend etwa gleichwertiger Bücher zur geburtshilflichen Anästhesie erschienen, darunter auch 2 in deutscher Sprache [14,150]. Für Kundige der englischen Sprache wird auf 4 Bücher hingewiesen, die während des Verfas-sens dieses Kapitels neu erschienen sind [7, 66, 99, 151]. Daneben gibt es Klassiker und fachüberschreitende Spezialbücher, die, wenn auch nicht auf dem neuesten Stand, für Referenzen und als Nachschlagewerke länger relevant bleiben [18, 29, 90].

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