3 edition of Cesarean childbirth found in the catalog.
Christine Coleman Wilson
Written in English
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Caesarean section, also known as C-section, or caesarean delivery, is the use of surgery to deliver babies. A caesarean section is often necessary when a vaginal delivery would put the baby or mother at risk. Reasons for this may include obstructed labor, twin pregnancy, high blood pressure in the mother, breech birth, or problems with the placenta or umbilical : The Dance of Teaching Childbirth Education: Essentials and Insights Book by Julie Jensen, PhD, LCCE, FACCE, with the late Connie Livingston, BS, RN, LCCE, FACCE, ICCE, CMBE, IAT, which assists educators and other perinatal practitioners in creating an empowering and effective curriculum.
Feb 6, - Explore desirreandrews's board "Epidural, Induction, Cesarean", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Midwifery and Childbirth education pins. The 20th century brought childbirth from the home to the hospital, where hi-tech devices and procedures – such as the fetal heart rate monitor, cesarean sections (C-sections) and epidurals.
Women having epidurals were times more likely to have a cesarean (20% vs. 8%), or put another way, 12 more women per having epidurals had a cesarean (absolute excess), which amounts to 1 additional cesarean for every women having an epidural (number needed to harm). Among first-time mothers, women having epidurals were times Author: Henci Goer. Cesarean Specific Programs Interested in our free Cesarean Return to Fitness Guidelines E-Book? Sign up for our newsletter here! We use the app TeamBuildr to push out our programming for our Cesarean Specific Programs. This allows us to provide the most up to date program to all of our clients, online and in person, at any time!
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"Cesarean Section is a must-read for anyone interested in the history of childbirth or surgery, but also those who want to read a focused case study on the evolution of medical technologies and practices in modern America.
Wolf certainly makes a major contribution to the literature on reproductive health and childbirth, but her ambitious scope Cited by: 3. Natural Childbirth After Cesarean begins (as most books on the VBAC subject do) by refuting the old wive's tales ruptured uterus, vaginal breech deliveries dangerous, etc.
I am pleased with the fact that both writers are speaking from experience and not just medical or personal opinion (not all authors on this subject can say the same).Cited by: 1. Homebirth Cesarean aspires to bring deeper understanding to these unrecognized births, to celebrate the women and birth professionals transformed by them, and to give childbirth and postpartum professionals the tools they need to support families as they begin their parenting journeys.
“This book is rich with the voices of brave women whose outcry of triumphant victory beyond shock and grief. Cesarean Section is the first book to chronicle this history. In exploring the creation of the complex social, cultural, economic, and medical factors leading to the surgery's increase, Jacqueline H.
Wolf describes obstetricians' reliance on assorted medical technologies that weakened the skills they had traditionally employed to foster vaginal. This was the book that gave me the knowledge to be able to stand up to pushy doctors and nurses, even while in the pain of transition.
If you want natural birth, read this book. Childbirth Without Fear by Dr. Grantly Dick Read-The book that started it all for me and changed the way I viewed birth. Highly recommended, though the language takes a. Unassisted Childbirth is a classic book, written by a classy author who tells the truth about birth.
Laura Shanley explains why it is imperative to examine ones beliefs, expectations and fears, and offers parents suggestions as to what they can do to enhance their childbirth experience.
What to Know about Cesarean Surgery Though some obstetricians tout the safety of cesareans and their value in preventing perineal damage, a systematic review of current research shows that vaginal birth is safer for you and your baby —unless there’s a clear, compelling health reason for having a cesarean.
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This book is a valuable resource for health professionals who come into contact with new mothers, providing the most current and accurate information on traumatic childbirth.
It also presents mothers’ experiences in a manner that is accessible to women, their partners, and families. Childbirth classes have been shown to reduce a first-time mom’s risk of cesarean birth by as much as 20%. Most childbirth classes primarily focus on basic anatomy and physiology of the female reproductive system, medical terminology and hospital policies.
A caesarean section, or C-section, is an operation to deliver your baby through a cut made in your tummy and womb. The cut is usually made across your tummy, just below your bikini line.
A caesarean is a major operation that carries a number of risks, so it's usually only done if. Childbirth which is also known as labor and delivery is the end of the pregnancy when one or more babies enter this world through one of the two ways: either by vaginal delivery or cesarean section (C-section).There are two methods by which a woman can give birth to a baby and these include.
vaginal birth; cesarean section (a surgical procedure) The main goal of both of these delivery methods. The history of cesarean section can be understood best in the broader context of the history of childbirth and general medicine þ histories that also have been characterized by dramatic changes.
Many of the earliest successful cesarean sections took place in remote rural areas lacking in medical staff and facilities. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Responsibility: Kathleen Mitchell. "Pregnancy, Childbirth and the Newborn has been a standard guide for expecting parents since the first edition in With the 4th edition, the book has undergone some amazing changes.
The pages are more graphical in design and easier to search, with each chapter broken into smaller sections/5(29). Natural Childbirth After Cesarean: A Practical Guide.
Although the author's opinion is that home birth is only chosen by 'extremists*,' this book still has great natural birth after cesarean information with emphasis on knowing your reasons behind wanting a VBAC being crucial in. The writing and imagery in the book is amazing and really captured the many emotions women feel after a cesarean and again when planning for a VBAC.
Also, this book is incredibly validating of women’s reactions to their cesarean births (despite having a healthy baby and mom 😉. If you teach childbirth classes or lead a support group for women with a prior cesarean, you can choose any of the 14 modules that meet your needs and combine them to best serve the expectant parents you work with.
The supporting e-book, VBAC for Educators: A Teaching Guide helps you to present the material to your students. It includes. Dr Grantly Dick Read, wrote the famous book Childbirth Without Fear. Though, when he first presented his theories to the medical field he was laughed out of town, over time his theories became widely embraced by women throughout the world.
Even the Queen provides a testimonial to his which is quoted on one of the early editions of his book. A c-section, or cesarean section, is surgical delivery of a baby through incisions in the mother's abdomen and uterus.
In some circumstances, a c-section is scheduled in advance. In others, the surgery is needed due to an unforeseen issue.
If you or your baby is in imminent danger, you'll have an emergency c. Expectant Parent’s Guide to Preventing a Cesarean Section. At the writing of this book, 1 in 4 babies were born by cesarean section surgery- today, that number is 1 in 3 babies.
Most women who have a cesarean suffer pain and disappointment and search out ways to avoid the experience again.Understanding the Dangers of Cesarean Birth: Making Informed Decisions Nicette Jukelevics Foreword by Charles Mahan, M.D. pages, graphs, photos Praeger Publishers Media Type: Hardcover Book available at a discount from (with membership or registration) and from Buy your copy from Amazon using GoodSearch and the vendor will donate to the Coalition for Improving .Cesarean Recovery () by Chrissie Gallagher-Mundy.
This book covers key elements of mom’s recovery following a C-section through six months after birth; The Essential C-section Guide: Pain Control, Healing at Home, Getting Your Body Back, and Everything Else You Need to Know About Cesarean Birth () by Maureen Connolly and Dana Sullivan.