breech presentation


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Synonyms for breech presentation

delivery of an infant whose feet or buttocks appear first

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Mode of Delivery in Breech Presentation Mode of Delivery No.
A total of 58 patients with singleton term breech presentation, between 36-41 weeks gestation, who had an otherwise normal antenatal progress and were considered at low risk were included in the study through convenient sampling method.
18 Risk factors include breech presentation, CS delivery and low birth weight.
She had a repeat ultrasound scanning at presentation which reported an intrauterine gestation at term with breech presentation, severe oligohydramnios and no fetal cardiac activity.
The etiology of prenatal testicular torsion has not been elucidated fully, but difficult delivery, breech presentation, large baby, hyperactive cremasteric reflex and multiple pregnancy have been reported to be predisposing factors (3).
While a rise in cesarean section (C-section) delivery rates due to breech presentation has improved neonatal outcome, 40% of term breech deliveries in the Netherlands are planned vaginal deliveries.
Breech presentation constitutes one of the most difficult type of dystocia dealt by obstetrician.
Although I believed, based on our previous research, that this IVA approach would work, I monitored the pregnancy closely and, when the baby was in a breech presentation, I performed the caesarean section myself," said Kawamura.
A study has shown that in fetal breech presentation, neonatal outcome was better with planned caesarean section than vaginal breech delivery.
Maternal outcomes at 2 years after planned cesarean section versus planned vaginal birth for breech presentation at term: The International Randomized Term Breech Trial.
30% women underwent caesarean section, indications for c/section included previous scar in 15 patients, fetal distress in 5 patients, failed progress of labour in 7 patients,and breech presentation in one patient.
While among obstetric factors, obesity, gestational age of <38 weeks, breech presentation, and extremes of neonatal birth weight (<2.
pub2 [Amended from Cephalic version by moxibustion for breech presentation (2005).