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The relationship of maternal and maternity care provider characteristics to the diagnosis of labor dystocia.
Background: To decrease the overall cesarean rate, recent efforts have focused on reducing non-emergent and otherwise low-risk cesarean births. Labor dystocia, the slowing or cessation of labor progression, is the leading ...
Nurse perceptions of breastfeeding promotion in the hospital setting.
As the benefits of breastfeeding are becoming more established, the importance of its promotion is gaining significance. In response, the World Health Organization created the Ten Steps to Successful Breastfeeding as a ...