Maternal mortality at the end of the decade : signs of progress? / Carla AbouZahr and Tessa Wardlaw
Outros títulosLa mortalité maternelle à la fin d' une décennie : des signes de progrès? : résumé
La mortalidad materna al término de una década : hay indicios de progreso? : resumen
Abou-Zahr, Carla Lidia & Wardlaw, Tessa M. (2001). Maternal mortality at the end of the decade : signs of progress? / Carla AbouZahr and Tessa Wardlaw. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/74745
Bulletin of the World Health Organization : the International Journal of Public Health 2001 ; 79(6) : 561-568
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