The tragedy of childbed fever by irvine loudon 249 pp new york oxford university press 2000 65 provides an effective contrast to london in terms of the death rates from childbed fever . Childbed fever was by the far the most common cause of deaths associated with childbirth throughout europe up to the second world war otherwise known as puerperal fever it was an infection which followed childbirth and resulted in miserable and agonizing deaths for thousands of women every year. Irvine loudon the tragedy of childbed fever oxford oxford university press 2000 xiii 236 pp ill 6500 the tragedy of childbed fever surveys the many diverse medical pronouncements on the disease from the eighteenth century through the twentieth when notions about etiology prevention and therapeutics were undergoing momentous changes. Childbed fever was by the far the most common cause of deaths associated with childbirth up to the second world war throughout britain and europe otherwise known as puerperal fever it was an infection which followed childbirth and caused thousands of miserable and agonizing deaths every year
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