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breech birth

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Noun1.breech birth - delivery of an infant whose feet or buttocks appear first
obstetrical delivery, delivery - the act of delivering a child
frank breech, frank breech delivery - position of a fetus in which the buttocks are present at the maternal pelvic outlet
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breech birth

nparto podalico
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Nevertheless, due to various circumstances such as contraindications for CS, lack of surgical resources or time, vaginal breech births will continue.
She told the tribunal that the baby had a prolapsed umbilical cord and she had tried to get Patient A to deliver vaginally, despite a C-section being recommended on most breech births.
In general countries that perform more vaginal breech births have birth outcomes that are as good as or better than caesarean section outcomes.
Nearly all variation among census divisions remained after adjusting for age, multiple births, and breech births, according to the analysis.
Another difference between the United States and Canada is that in Canada home birth is governed by strict eligibility requirements that exclude women at high risk of complications (no twins or breech births, for example).
AMEDIC in Newcastle is aiming to educate women across the UK about breech births through a new film.
Breech Births in Twin Pregnancy: An Analysis of Apgar score And Perinatal Mortality from a Nigerian Sample.
Pregnancy complications for most women are about breech births and where their next gherkin is coming from.
Of 222 breech births, three infants died (13/1,000).
The guide is woman-centered and addresses labor and normal birth, vaginal examinations and artificial rupture of the membranes, fetal heart rate monitoring, perineal trauma and suturing, examination of the newborn at birth, home birth, water immersion, malpositions and malpresentations in labor, slow progress, assisted birth, caesarean section, vaginal birth after caesarean section, preterm and breech births, twins and higher-order births, hemorrhage, emergencies, resuscitation, induction of labor, pre-eclampsia, stillbirth and neonatal death, intrapartum blood tests, medication, and risk management, litigation, and complaints.
The Huddersfield Midwifery Society - initiated by second-year students Theresa Mason and Lauren Ramoth - was launched with a day of talks and discussions on breech births.
The study included all singleton vaginal breech births from 1 January to 30 June 2010 of babies weighing [greater than or equal to]800 g, alive at onset of the second stage of labour, and without severe congenital anomaly.