Severe maternal morbidity from direct obstetrics causes in West Africa : incidence and case fatality rates / A. Prual ... [et al.]
Other TitlesMorbidité maternelle grave par causes obstétitricales directes en Afrique de l' Ouest : incidence et létalité : résumé
Morbilidad materna grave por causas obstétricas directas en el Africa occidental : incidencia y tasas de letalidad : resumen
Prual, A, Bouvier-Colle, M. H, De Bernis, L & Bréart, G. (2000). Severe maternal morbidity from direct obstetrics causes in West Africa : incidence and case fatality rates / A. Prual ... [et al.]. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/57261
Bulletin of the World Health Organization : the International Journal of Public Health 2000 ; 78(5) : 593-602
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Morbidité maternelle grave par causes obstétricales directes en Afrique de l' Ouest : incidence et létalité / A. Prual ... [et al.] Prual, A; Bouvier-Colle, M. H; de Bernis, L; Bréart, G (2000)
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