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Cord compression is more likely (tick all that apply):
Your first intervention if you suspect delay or fetal compromise is:
If you observe incomplete / partial rotation following birth of the pelvis, and the pelvis remains sacrum oblique the the time the nipple line is visible, despite maternal movement and effort:
If you observe no rotation following birth of the pelvis, and the fetal sacrum remains transverse (facing the mother’s side) by the time the nipple line is visible, despite maternal movement and effort:
When the baby does not rotate at all in a sacrum anterior (‘tum to bum’) direction following the birth of the pelvis and descent, it is because:
In this physiological breech birth course, we recommend that the head should be born within ____ minutes of the birth of the umbilicus.
If you observe incomplete / partial rotation following the birth of the pelvis, with strong maternal effort, what change of position may help?
In this physiological breech birth course, we recommend that you always attempt to deliver the ________________ arm first because this helps to restore the mechanism.
If you have needed to sweep down an arm or perform rotational manoeuvres, you should:
When performing shoulder press, if the fit is tight, which of these interventions may help (choose 3):
How would you determine that the head is extended at the pelvic inlet and not engaged? (choose up to 3)
If the fetal head is extended at the pelvic inlet and not engaged, you should: