Reducing third and fourth degree perineal tears
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Reducing third and fourth degree perineal tears

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Title: PDF logo Reducing third and fourth degree perineal tears (PDF file) (Links to English resource)
Summary: Reducing third and fourth degree perineal tears information sheet. The information sheet aims to encourage shared decision making, informing women about their risk of a tear and what can be done to reduce their chance of experiencing a third or fourth degree tear. The information is designed to be given to women at an antenatal appointment between 30-36 weeks. It has been developed by a consumer working group with medical and midwifery input.
Organisation: NSW Health
Publishing date: April 2021
Last reviewed: May 2021
Target audience: Women

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