Research Shows Promising Results for Use of Anti-Shock Garment in Childbirth
February 27, 2006 | Grantee News | Population & Reproductive Health

The University of California at San Francisco issued a press release about recent MacArthur-supported research findings that indicate the use of an anti-shock garment may helpful in preventing obstetrical hemorrhaging due to childbirth, a major cause of maternal death in many Third World countries.

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