Midwives attending childbirth in homes and birth centers seldom encounter emergencies, but when crisis occurs, lives hang in the balance! It is difficult to remain proficient in skills so seldom practiced, yet pregnant women rely on the expertise of the provider in an emergency. Birth Emergency Skills Training: Manual for Out-of-Hospital Midwives is the interface between the world of midwifery and the world of medicine. It carries the reader from the initial steps of intervention though definitive care, balancing a friendly tone and visual appeal with authoritative and clinically useful information. It is loaded with mnemonics and other memory aids, and is richly illustrated with the author's artful drawings and photography.Manual for Out-of-hospital Midwives Bonnie Urquhart Gruenberg ... in about 1 singleton pregnancy out of 100, but occurs more often with monochorionic twins and placenta previa. ... Velamentous vessels running through membranes to a succenturiate lobe. Figure 39. Uterine repair. A uterus scarred by prior cesarean.
|Title||:||Birth Emergency Skills Training|
|Author||:||Bonnie Urquhart Gruenberg|
|Publisher||:||Birth Muse Press - 2008|