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May-August 2018| Vol 35| Issue 2

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Time past it was the hallmark of the dexterity of a well-trained obstetrician the ability to perform instrumental vaginal deliveries: forceps, vacuum/ventouse, destructive operative, and symphysiotomy...


Review Article

Instrumental vaginal deliveries: A review

In contemporary obstetric practice, safety with caesarean section in developed countries has witnessed its increased application in deliveries and the decreasing use of instrumental deliveries. This t...


Review Article

Contraceptive implants: A review and current perspective in southwest Nigeria

Contraceptive implants are highly cost-effective forms of long-acting reversible contraception. They are the most effective reversible contraceptives and are more effective than sterilization. Pregnan...


Original Article

A decade of instrumental vaginal deliveries in Jos University Teaching Hospital, North Central Nigeria (2007–2016)

Background: Instrumental vaginal deliveries are witnessing a steady decline despite its usefulness in improving obstetric outcomes in resource-limited settings. This decline in instrumental del...


Original Article

A 10-year review of instrumental vaginal delivery at the University of Port Harcourt Teaching Hospital, Port Harcourt, Nigeria

Background: Instrumental vaginal deliveries are conducted for either maternal or fetal indications to shorten the second stage of labour. Global trends show a diminished instrumental delivery r...


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