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obstetrician

 [ob″stĕ-trĭ´shun]
a physician who specializes in obstetrics.

ob·ste·tri·cian

(ob'stĕ-trish'ŭn),
A physician specializing in the medical care of women during pregnancy and childbirth.
[see obstetrics]

obstetrician

(ŏb′stĭ-trĭsh′ən)
n.
A physician who specializes in obstetrics.

obstetrician

Baby Doc A physician who practices obstetrics, see there Meat & potatoes work Pulling babies from babes Salary $165K + 15% bonus.

ob·ste·tri·cian

(ob'stĕ-trish'ŭn)
A physician specializing in the medical care of women during pregnancy and childbirth.
See: obstetrics

obstetrician

A doctor specializing in the conduct of childbirth and possessing the skills, knowledge and experience required to ensure that this is achieved with the minimum risk to mother and baby. From the Latin obstetrix , a midwife.

ob·ste·tri·cian

(ob'stĕ-trish'ŭn)
A physician specializing in the medical care of women during pregnancy and childbirth.
See: obstetrics
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Among the barriers that obstetricians cited were lack of knowledge on the issue, uncertainty about the scientific evidence and fear about causing patient anxiety.
An obstetrician also has to be fully versed in the health and care of newborn infants and they usually head up a department composed of a team of health care professionals - doctors, midwives and nurses.
If the midwife is concerned about the progress of the labour or birth, an obstetrician will be called and, if necessary, will help with the birth.
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Eventually obstetric indemnity may become unaffordable for the vast majority of obstetricians. This could raise a public health issue; women who can afford to utilise the private sector will still become pregnant and require delivery.
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The president of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists said they get inferior care because junior staff are working and make poor decisions.
The conference and the meeting are held in cooperation between Syrian Ministry of Health, Syrian Medical Association, World health organization (WHO), Syrian Society of Obstetricians & Gynecologists and the Scientific Council of Family Medicine.