Reducing Risks of Retained Placenta during Childbirth

Reducing Risks of Retained Placenta during Childbirth

Reducing Risks of Retained Placenta during Childbirth The arrival of a newborn brings immense joy and relief, but for some mothers, complications can arise during the birthing process, leading to retained placenta. Retained placenta occurs when part or all of the...
Improving Patient Comfort and Safety with Simulation Training

Improving Patient Comfort and Safety with Simulation Training

Improving Patient Comfort and Safety with Simulation Training Labour and delivery are profound life events that can evoke a range of emotions, from joy and anticipation to fear and anxiety. For some mothers, childbirth may also be accompanied by previous traumatic...
Managing Nuchal Arm and Footling Breech Presentations

Managing Nuchal Arm and Footling Breech Presentations

Managing Nuchal Arm and Footling Breech Presentations Breech birth, though relatively uncommon, presents a unique set of challenges for both healthcare providers and expectant mothers. Accounting for only 3 to 4% of all term pregnancies, these situations demand...
Understanding Cervical Dilation during Childbirth

Understanding Cervical Dilation during Childbirth

Understanding Cervical Dilation during Childbirth Cervical dilation is a crucial aspect of childbirth, referring to the opening of the cervix to allow the passage of a baby through the birth canal. Understanding the process is essential for healthcare professionals...