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Population-based trends in pregnancy hypertension and pre-eclampsia: an international comparative study
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    Re:Lessons Learnt - The 'Big Five' in South Africa

    Whilst acknowledging the previous comment's valid concerns over what constitutes an international survey, I wanted to correct the assumption that all elective deliveries must be Caesarean sections. Most elective deliveries prior to term are likely to be inductions of labour as per the HYPITAT study. This may still not be relevant for the South African setting but it is very different concept than suggested in the respons...

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