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This new 2-disc edition is packed with information for the student midwife. A combination of live workshops and demonstrations help you prepare for clinical site training and experience. The set includes detailed instructions for many emergencies, such as postpartum hemorrhage, shoulder dystocia and shock. You'll also be shown how to set up and put away equipment and you'll be able to watch roleplay of various scenarios such as waterbirth procedures and neonatal resuscitation.
This pin was labeled "Midwife Thinking", but I think that most midwives would go for the Gaskin Manuevar (rotate to hands/knees) first given that it is the most effective way to resolve dystocia. On the other hand, my OB made it to "Enter: rotational manuevars" during my first birth to resolve dystocia. ~Nicole Raber
A fantastic article explaining the 3rd stage of labour (birthing placenta). If ANY drugs have been used, it stops the body's natural process of preventing haemorrhage, making it necessary to inject syntocin. As most women have at least gas, syntocin injections have become routine. If no drugs have been used in labour, it is safe to attempt a natural 3rd stage.