Women’s sexual and reproductive health throughout their lives, as well as pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period, are the focus of the health science and profession of midwifery. The primary duties of the midwife are to provide assistance during labour and delivery. Reports indicate that obstetric interventions during labour are becoming more common. For instance, the national caesarean rate in Taiwan, China, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Mexico, and Puerto Rico is between 40 and 50 percent. While rates are in the mid-20% range in the majority of Europe, Canada, and Australia, the caesarean rate in the United States has climbed from 23% to 29.1% over the first decade of the twenty-first century. In several of these countries, trained midwives attend the bulk of deliveries, but they are biomedically socialised. occasionally overworked, helpless to halt the rising flood of obstetrician-driven caesareans, and frequently overworked.

  • Diagnosis and Management of Women During Antenatal Period
  • Physiology Of Puerperium
  • Management of Women During Post-Natal Period
  • Prenatal Nutrition & Fetal Medicines
  • Neonatal Resuscitation

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