Practical directions, shewing a method of preserving the perinaeum in birth, and delivering the placenta without violence.London: D. Wilson & G. Nicol, 1767.
Harvie, Smellie’s successor, advocated external expression of the placenta instead of traction on the cord, anticipating Credé in this connection by almost a century (see No. 6183). Reprinted in H. Thoms: Classic contributions to obstetrics and gynecology, 1935, pp.131-38.
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