noun, plural ac·cou·cheurs [ak-oo-shurz; French a-koo-shœr]. /ˌæk uˈʃɜrz; French a kuˈʃœr/.
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Sir Richard Croft, a fashionable accoucheur of that time, was in attendance upon her with other physicians.The Portsmouth Road and Its Tributaries|Charles G. Harper
In many cases in which they are too feeble to be noticed by herself, the skilled accoucheur is capable of recognizing them.The Physical Life of Woman:|Dr. George H Napheys
Its position must therefore be changed, and the accoucheur must know how to change it with advantage.
The accoucheur should always assist therefore, if he can, because even if nature can complete the delivery it is with such danger.
This is a critical period, during which the accoucheur can render more real assistance than at almost any other.