South African Medical Journal

The South African Medical Journal (SAMJ) - first published in 1884 - is a monthly, peer reviewed, general medical journal publishing leading research impacting clinical care in Africa. The journal now incorporates continuing medical education (CME).

Announcements

 

Review of Guidelines: Use of AGREE II instrument and appointment of new editorial sub-committee

 
The SAMJ has regularly published Guidelines and Recommendations for the management of a variety conditions. These will in future be adjudicated using the AGREE II instrument (www.agreetrust.org).  
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Vol 105, No 4 (2015)


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  • Basic and comprehensive emergency obstetric and neonatal care 
  • Optimal staffing to ensure safe maternity units 
  • Food insecurity in urban South Africa 
  • Management of obstetric haemorrhage 
  • MMed supervision – a path out of the swamp 
  • Caesarean section and maternal death – latest Saving Mothers report 
  • Intrapartum asphyxia and hypoxic encephalopathy