Clinical Decision Making in Obstetric Patients
Risk management was defined by Clemens  “as the aim is to reduce the frequency of adverse events and harm to patients”.
KeywordsRegional Anaesthesia Foetal Heart Rate HELLP Syndrome Obstetric Patient Placenta Accreta
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