US News The Besançon hospital is testing an inflatable ring as a childbirth aid to avoid cesarean sections

17:40  21 september  2020
17:40  21 september  2020 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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A Caesarean section is the delivery of a baby through a surgical incision in the abdomen and uterus. In western countries, Caesarean section rates have All women undergoing VBAC should have continuous electronic fetal monitoring in labour as a change in fetal heart rate can be the first sign of

A caesarean section is usually performed when it is safer for the mother or the baby than a vaginal birth . After a caesarean section , women usually stay in hospital for about three to five days. avoiding other risks associated with surgical procedures (such as infections, deep vein thrombosis

This device consists of deploying an inflatable plastic ring around the baby's head , explains the obstetrician to the regional daily. Nicolas Mottet. A pear is used to inflate this ring. Next, the operator grasps the handles of the device to advance the infant's head into the maternal pelvis. »

No marks on the baby's head

In addition to reducing the rate of cesarean sections, this method would have the merit of not leaving (temporary) marks on the newborn's head, unlike with forceps or spatulas, especially. Of the 104 women needed for the Assist study, 42 have already given birth using the Odon device, L’Est Républicain said.

This instrument could turn the world of obstetrics upside down, especially in developing countries . " There are indeed countries that abandon instrument delivery by systematically performing Caesarean sections, in addition to cases where these are required ", says Dr. Mottet to our colleagues.

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