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Eleven things to love about ACOG’s 2017 VBAC Guidelines

Eleven things to love about ACOG’s 2017 VBAC Guidelines

Eleven things to love about ACOG’s 2017 VBAC Guidelines Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Like Note: In 2019, ACOG released their latest VBAC guidelines, Practice Bulletin No. 205. The only change was their recommendation regarding the timing of elective repeat cesarean...

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