To conduct a systematic review to investigate the safety of induction and/ or augmentation of labour compared with spontaneous-onset normal labour among pregnant women with iron-deficiency anaemia.
Studies from all countries, worldwide.
Pregnant women with iron-deficiency anaemia at labour and delivery.
Any intervention related to induction and/ or au...Expand abstract
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Systematic review to investigate the safety of induction and augmentation of labour among pregnant women with iron deficiency anaemia
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