Spontaneous breech birth

Del Carmen Rubio-Batanas, Maria
November 2013
British Journal of Midwifery;Nov2013, Vol. 21 Issue 11, p834
Academic Journal
The article offers recommendations for future practice regarding spontaneous breech births (SBB). It emphasizes the need for midwives and obstetricians to have the skills and confidence to facilitate SBB. It stresses the importance of early diagnosis of presentation. It relates the need to train midwives, obstetricians and paediatricians through SBB workshops.


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