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Origin of obstetric
OTHER WORDS FROM obstetricob·stet·ri·cal·ly, adverbnon·ob·stet·ric, adjectivenon·ob·stet·ri·cal, adjectivenon·ob·stet·ri·cal·ly, adverb
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Example sentences from the Web for obstetric
Many of her patients live in rural areas, where hospitals have been closing obstetrics units for decades.Pregnant in the pandemic? It helps to have good Wi-Fi.|Cat Ferguson|December 14, 2020|MIT Technology Review
“Nonsterile gloves and sterile obstetric and surgical gloves were depleted or absent in all four counties,” the report reads.
“Whether the Dutch obstetric-care system contributes to this relatively high mortality remains unclear,” it says.Michelle Goldberg Answers a Critic’s Distortions of Her Home-Birth Argument|Michelle Goldberg|July 5, 2012|DAILY BEAST
She is the only midwife for whom an obstetric maneuver has been named (Gaskin maneuver).Doctors Need Midwives: Ina May Gaskin on the U.S. Maternity-Care Crisis|Ina May Gaskin|May 5, 2011|DAILY BEAST
The obstetric forceps were for so long a time kept secret that they were of small benefit at first to the obstetric art.An Epitome of the History of Medicine|Roswell Park
Well (rejoins Sokrates) — and my obstetric science has pronounced all your offspring to be mere wind, unworthy of being preserved!
Sixteen of the principal obstetric practitioners of Great Britain were examined on this point.The Physical Life of Woman:|Dr. George H Napheys
Adams had translated from the Greek the works of Paul of Ægina, the father of obstetric surgery, and printed the first volume.The Book-Hunter|John Hill Burton
I have employed it in obstetric practice with entire success.