breech birth


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Synonyms for breech birth

delivery of an infant whose feet or buttocks appear first

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The cochrane review mentions an observational prospective study conducted in France and Belgium in 174 maternity units where vaginal breech birth was commonly practised.
In general countries that perform more vaginal breech births have birth outcomes that are as good as or better than caesarean section outcomes.
Up to four per cent of women in the UK experience breech birth at the end of pregnancy, where the baby is lying feet or bottom first, as opposed to the normal head-down position.
Up to 4% of women in the UK experience breech birth at the end of pregnancy, where the baby is lying feet or bottom first, as opposed to the normal head-down position.
The model is equipped to present scenarios such as post-partum haemorrhage, breech birth and forceps delivery in a real life way.
"The BHWs refer high-risk cases, such as breech birth in first-time moms, teenage births and pregnant women with hypertension and diabetes, to Bicol Medical Center in Naga City," Emerenciana says.
Further analysis could not identify pregnancy related factors that placed women at low versus high risk of poor neonatal outcome during vaginal breech birth.
Her breech birth had displaced a hip, and she'd had to wear shoes with a bar between them.
Small fetal size: a risk factor for breech birth at term.
To the Editor: The decline of planned vaginal breech birth was accelerated by publication of the results of the Term Breech Trial in 2000.
Q: What is a breech birth? A: If your baby is breech, it means that she or he is lying with their bottom downwards.
Summary: NAJRAN: The case of the Sharoura baby, whose head was severed and sewn in its place again after a breech birth, has taken a turn of the screw with the family and the Health Department in Najran exchanging accusations about responsibility, Al-Madinah newspaper reported Sunday.
Mehl (1994) on the use of hypnotherapy to convert breech birth presentations to the normal vertex position.
They were horrific: images of a woman in the midst of a breech birth, the baby's legs dangling out between her own while its head was still inside her.
The pictures Kabwela sent out were not pornographic but horrific: images of a woman in the midst of a breech birth, the baby's legs dangling out between her own while its head was still inside her.