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The emergence of early pregnancy units into clinical practice demands educational support and the development of clear guidelines. For the inquisitive trainee, the array of information portals, both paper and electronic, can be bewildering leading to initial confusion about where to start.
This book provides a useful vade mecum that allows a ready and accurate reference source as well as encouraging more complex reading and critical analysis for those that aspire to improved practice. This compendium represents an excellent primer while providing a solid foundation from where to start.
It makes another useful addition to a burgeoning series.
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