Treatment of Asphyxia

J. Hepworth
1861 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
mechanism of the parts; and according to the position of the fourchette, so is our line of practice. We have such ample authority for supporting the perinnuim, that it seems strange it should be attempted in this day to be repudiated by less experienced practitioners; but when two opposite lines of practice are recommended, and each course of treatment can be made
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