Pregnancy—Pitfalls, Principles, and Pearls
About the Book
Maternal mortality has barely improved in the last thirty years, in spite of cutting-edge technology and trillions of dollars invested. The global maternal mortality ratio declined by 2.3 percent between 1990 and 2008, and more than a thousand pregnant or recently post-partum women die daily from pregnancy-related complications.
Most of these deaths are sadly preventable and this book covers these possible complications with a common-sense approach to managing pregnancy successfully.
About the Author
TOBE MOMAH MD, MSc, DABFM is a board-certified family physician with medical and master’s degrees from University of Nigeria and London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine University of London, England respectively. He trained as a family medicine resident in New York City and is currently a family physician at Primary Health Services Center in Monroe, Louisiana.
He is the author of A General and a Gentleman, Building Lasting Relationships—a Manual for the Complete Home, Metrobiology—Study of Life in the City, Between the Systems, Soul and Spirit of Man—a Christian Doctor’s View on Sickness and its Source, From Edginess to Eagerness—Taking the Church Back to Willing Service, and Five F.A.C.T.S. on Why the American Church Is Not Bearing Fruits … and How We Can Grow Her Again!
He is also the author of more than twenty scientific publications, serves on the education commission of the Louisiana State Academy of Family Physicians, and is happily married to Rita, with whom he lives in West Monroe, Louisiana.