Disengagement of the Deeply Engaged Fetal Head during CS vs
Introduction

The majority of pregnant women as well as obstetricians aim for normal vaginal birth. Dystocia, which complicates up to 20% of all vaginal deliveries is often diagnosed in the second stage of labor, when the fetal head is engaged in the pelvis, and vaginal delivery is replaced by cesarean. However, caesarean delivery cannot provide assurance against maternal and neonatal morbidity when there is difficulty in disengaging a deeply impacted fetal head, a situation that may result in serious maternal and neonatal morbidity. Difficult caesarean birth may result in injury for the infant or complications for the mother...
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Dr. M●●●●●a D●●●i
Dr. M●●●●●a D●●●i Obstetrics and Gynaecology
It is always better to deliver the baby by breech so as to avoid a tear in the LUS or the extension of the incision and thereby prevent PPH and the consequent mirbidity
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Dr. M●●●●●a D●●●i Obstetrics and Gynaecology
*morbidity
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