Labor Dystocia (Chapter F)
1. Understand the difference between normal labor and labor dystocia.
2. Describe how to diagnose and treat dystocia.
3. Summarize prevention methods.
4. Describe how obesity and induction may affect labor dystocia.
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Total possible CME credit: 9 Prescribed credits