Trauma-induced delivery: A case report

Publication date: Available online 1 August 2017 Source:Case Reports in Women's Health Author(s): Ryan D. Brown, Coralee Toals, Sarah Mashburn, Paige Pasquali The term “birth trauma” is one that is well ingrained into the lexicon of medical providers. There is ample information of the types of injuries that are incurred during the birth process. However, there is no uniformed term for the process of an unforeseen act that leads to a precipitous birth. We would like to show a case report of such an act. The infant's injuries were sustained while in utero and the trauma induced a medical team to deliver the infant due to non-reassuring heart tones. Also, we would like to introduce the term of “trauma-induced delivery” into the medical literature as a way to describe similar types of deliveries that are influenced by factors related to physical forces applied to the mother's body, either intentional or unintentional.
Source: Case Reports in Womens Health - Category: OBGYN Source Type: research

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