The use of ultrasound scanning by aboriginal health workers in antenatal care in a remote area of Australia.
- Published Article
The Medical journal of Australia
- Publication Date
Oct 28, 1985
The value of routine real-time scanning by Aboriginal health workers at antenatal clinics in a remote area of Australia was assessed using data derived from 206 women. The accuracy of the health workers' reports, the detection of high risk factors, the selection of a place for the delivery and the degree of antenatal attendance are discussed.
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