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by Michel Odent

Free eBook The Caesarean download ISBN: 1853437182
Author: Michel Odent
Publisher: Free Association Books (March 23, 2004)
Language: English
Pages: 162
Category: Other
Subcategory: Medicine and Health Sciences
Size MP3: 1606 mb
Size FLAC: 1973 mb
Rating: 4.5
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Having been involved in half a century of the history of the caesarean, Dr. Michel Odent is uniquely and authoritatively equipped to deal with these vital and urgent questions.

Having been involved in half a century of the history of the caesarean, Dr.

Michel Odent, and his work, are brilliant. whether they are planning an interventive birth or not!

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Michel Odent (born 1930) is a French obstetrician and childbirth specialist. Born in a French village in 1930, Odent studied medicine in Paris and was educated as a surgeon in the 1950s. He has been presented in Lancet as one of the last real general surgeons. In charge of the surgical and maternity units of the Pithiviers hospital (France) from 1962 to 1985, Odent has developed a special interest in environmental factors influencing the birth process.

Having been involved in half a century of the history of the caesarean, Dr Michel Odent is uniquely and authoritatively equipped to deal with these vital and urgent questions. Format Hardback 160 pages. Dimensions 140 x 216 x 19mm 386g. Publication date 01 Apr 2004. Publisher Free Association Books. Publication City/Country London, United Kingdom.

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Michel Odent will be talking about his new book at effraspace on Thursday 21st of September. Join Pinter & Martin for an evening with Michel Odent and the launch of his new book Birth of Homo, the Marine Chimpanzee. See below for further information and tickets - going fast! Join Pinter & Martin for an evening with Michel Odent and the launch of his new book Birth of Homo, the Marine Chimpanzee. Drawing on a diversity of fast-developing disciplines including genetics, physiology, pathology as well as the history of canoeing and studies of the fluctuation of sea levels

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How did a magnificent rescue operation become such a common way of giving birth? And how safe is it really? Why do some countries have 10 percent caesarean births, and some more than 50 percent? Why have risky procedures, such as forceps deliveries, not been eliminated by the C-section? What are the very first microbes met by a caesarean-born baby? Is it easy to breastfeed after a caesarean? What do mother and baby miss out on by not sharing a vaginal birth? What do we know about the long-term consequences of being born by caesarean and of giving birth by caesarean? What is the future of a civilization born by caesarean? Having been involved in half a century of the history of the caesarean, Dr. Michel Odent is uniquely and authoritatively equipped to deal with these vital and urgent questions.
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Usic
Michel Odent, and his work, are brilliant. Every couple looking to have a baby should be required to read this book, and discuss it with an out of hospital childbirth educator...whether they are planning an interventive birth or not!
Vozuru
Michel Odent has always been one of my favorite reads. This book has added great insight to my research on Skin-to-Skin after cesarean and bonding, illustrating birth by cesarean from a sensitive perspective.
Auau
this is a good book. and i like it. I regret that i missed Odent's workshop this year. That's all.