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Decreasing the Risk of Maternal Morbidities During Cesarean Delivery at Full Dilation and Introduction to Fetal Pillow

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About a third of deliveries in the US are performed by caesarean section. When a caesarean delivery is performed in the second stage of labor, both mother and fetus are at high risk of additional complications. In addition, the procedure for a second stage/ full dilation / cesarean delivery may not be well understood by all members of the obstetric team. Ensuring the health and safety of both mother and fetus during this scenario requires that the team be aware of all potential morbidities, and that they be prepared to use the technique associated with the best outcomes.

This education symposium will review the anatomical landmarks and normal progress of labor and delivery, discuss the incidence and risks associated with cesarean delivery at full dilation, and describe the interventions available to manage this challenging scenario, focusing on the use of a cephalic elevation device.

Credits

2.0 CE Credits

Speakers

Deb Ebert MSN, RN, NEA-BC, CNOR, 
CCRN-K, CPAN, CAPA
Associate Vice President, Perioperative Services, 
Memorial Hermann Texas Medical Center, Houston, TX

Jim Young
Product Director –CooperSurgical

June 27, 5:30 – 7:30pm
Gaylord Rockies Resort & Convention Center in Aurora, CO
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