Retracted: Maternal outcome of term obstetric emergencies referred to tertiary care centre
Keywords:Emergency obstetrics care, Obstetric emergencies, Maternal outcome, Referred obstetric emergencies
The article "Maternal outcome of term obstetric emergencies referred to tertiary care centre" is retracted by the Editor-in-Chief, due to violation of the policies and practices of International Journal of Reproduction, Contraception, Obstetrics and Gynecology. The article is retracted due to error in data informed by corresponding author.
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