Status of Intranatal and Postnatal Health Care Services -Comparative Study between Urban Slum and Rural Population of Aurangabad District, Maharashtra

Journal Title: National Journal of Research in Community Medicine - Year 2014, Vol 3, Issue 1

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Status of Intranatal and Postnatal Health Care Services -Comparative Study between Urban Slum and Rural Population of Aurangabad District, Maharashtra

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Dabade Kuldeep

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Dabade Kuldeep (2014). Status of Intranatal and Postnatal Health Care Services -Comparative Study between Urban Slum and Rural Population of Aurangabad District, Maharashtra. National Journal of Research in Community Medicine, 3(1), -. https://europub.co.uk/articles/-A-215951