Rachel Reedindependent midwife, lecturer and birth nerd
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- Induction: a step by step guide
- Amniotic Fluid Volume: too much, too little, or who knows?
- The Anterior Cervical Lip: how to ruin a perfectly good birth
- Induction of Labour: balancing risks
- In Defence of the Amniotic Sac
- Early Labour and Mixed Messages
- The Human Microbiome: considerations for pregnancy, birth and early mothering
- Pre-labour Rupture of Membranes: impatience and risk
- Nuchal Cords: the perfect scapegoat
- Perineal Protectors?
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Edited and updated: August 2013 Intermittent auscultation (IA) is considered to be an important aspect of midwifery care for women during a ‘low risk’ labour. The expectation of surveillance of the baby is reflected in guidelines and hospital policies. The recommended … Continue reading