Pregnancy

Cesarean section: sources and notes

- Patient information sheet of Cngof, updated October 2004. Deneux-Tharaux C. et al.,

- Caesarean delivery and maternal postpartum mortality, Obstéric gynécol, 2006, 108, 541-8.

- Frydman R. Schi lte C., Pregnancy - From conception to birth. Hachette practice 2008.

- Maternal mortality in France: assessment and prospects. Thematic issue, InVS, BEH, 12/12/2006, n ° 50.

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