Tuesday, 6 September 2016

Video: Breech Delivery Simulation

🏥Simulation of a breech delivery. . A breech birth occurs when a baby is born bottom first instead of head first. . Types of breech depend on how the baby’s legs are lying: . 👉🏽A FRANK breech (otherwise known as an extended breech) is where the baby’s hips is flexed and knees extended. This is the most common type of breech and has the most favourable outcome. . 👉🏽A COMPLETE breech (flexed) breech is when the baby's hips and knees are flexed. . 👉🏽A FOOTLING breech is when one or both of the baby’s feet are born first instead of the bottom. This is more common in babies born prematurely or before their due date. . 🆘Complications associated with breech delivery include umbilical cord prolapse and head entrapment. . #doctor #doctors #hospital #medicine #medical #health #med #medschool #medstudent #healthcare #article #nurses #nurse #patient #medic #futuredoctor #healthyliving #beauty #pharmacist #innovation #medquestions #scientist #medicalschool #treatment #university #news #healthy #Nigeriandoctor #Nigeria #surgery
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A breech birth occurs when a baby is born bottom first instead of head first.

Types of breech depend on how the baby’s legs are lying:

👉🏽A FRANK breech (otherwise known as an extended breech) is where the baby’s hips is flexed and knees extended. This is the most common type of breech and has the most favourable outcome.

👉🏽A COMPLETE breech (flexed) breech is when the baby's hips and knees are flexed.

👉🏽A FOOTLING breech is when one or both of the baby’s feet are born first instead of the bottom. This is more common in babies born prematurely or before their due date.

🆘Complications associated with breech delivery include umbilical cord prolapse and head entrapment.

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