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Demonstrates cesarean section in standing position. Useful for Large animal practitioner, vets, vet students etc.
31 May 2010
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3:38 This 3D medical animation shows the common reasons for a cesarean section (c-section), including shoulder dystocia, placenta previa, fetal distress and multiple births. In this animation, the obstetrician delivers a baby lying in the frank breech (feet first) position through a bikini cut incision. The animation also includes information on what to expect before and after the surgery.
18 Dec 2010
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1:10 During pregnancy most future moms have to face sleep disorders, especially during the last months when the belly is very developed. According to sleep disorders studies, pregnant women who cannot get enough sleep during this period are more likely to undergo a Cesarean section than those who have been well-rested. Finding the right position to sleep can be very painful for the pregnant women. So how can you get good sleep rest if you cannot feel comfortable in any position? You need a pregnancy pillow especially contoured to the shape of your body and that provides support to your growing belly and your lower back at the same time. The Comfort Body Pillow is a full body pillow that will provide you cradle-like rest all night long that will benefit your physical condition during gestation. And when the great moment of birth arrives this pillow will serve as a wrap-around cushion that is safe for the baby whether breastfeeding or bottle feeding. It will relieve back, neck, shoulders and arms while also reducing muscle strain in these areas. Likewise is a great abdominal protection for moms who are recovering from a C-section. Finally, you can also use C-Body Pillow to place the baby inside it, so she can sit very comfy by her own. The Comfort Body Pillow is the helpful extra hand you will need while taking care of your baby. Go to our website or call now to order this useful pregnancy pillow.
13 Dec 2007
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In this DadLabs video Daddy Clay and Daddy Brad discuss the five phrases Dads should never say in the labor and delivery room. These five phrases should be avoided at all cost during the birth of a baby. Starting with number 5, Is that normal? Never show fear in the delivery room, and always stay calm and collected with your pregnant wife. Number 4 is avoiding anything that involves my Mom says. While experiencing childbirth the last thing your wife wants to hear is any advise or anything to do with her mother-in-law. Number 3 is to ask, why is the birth in the metric system? Do the math yourself and keep irrellevant questions out of the birthing center. The number 2 things to avoid is saying "I'm not sure I'm ready for this." It's too late to make that decision, and the most important thing is to be supportive during the child birth process. The final thing, and most important to remember is to avoid saying anything like "toughen up" and/or "suck it up". Baby Delivery whether natural birth or through a cesarean section is a very difficult process. If you have any questions make sure to ask your doula or your midwife, and most of important be supportive through the pregnancy. Distributed by Tubemogul.
9 Jun 2009
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1:24 - how to naturally induce labor - how to start labor naturally Revealed: How To Naturally Induce Labor WITHOUT The Risks And Pain of Medical Labor Induction. Your doctor may begin to talk about labor induction in a hospital because of your gestational diabetes, high blood pressure or because he is afraid that your baby is either too small or too big. Or, after announcing that your baby could be born "On any day now", he tells you to wait patiently! If you are planning a VBAC, you may face a situation when it’s either natural onset of labor or a Cesarean section – again. All that could make you feel irritated and frustrated - perhaps stressed and depressed. That is why this might be the most important information about the natural ways to induce labor you ever read… how to naturally induce labor - how to start labor naturally
5 Sep 2011
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12 Feb 2013
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This is a grandmother's community college film production class project of a cow giving <b>birth</b> to a calf by cesarean section (c-section). The procedure was performed on a cattle ranch near Prince George, BC, Canada by her son-in-law.
25 May 2009
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C section at Mangiagalli hospital (iuiu). In 2007 6700 babies were delivered in this hospital located in Milano. The Cesarean section rate was 40% in 2007. The rate of C section is influenced by the great number of pathological pregnancies followed by this University Centre.
25 Apr 2009
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4:00 How To Cope With A C-Section (Cesarean Section) A cesarean section is sometimes required for the safety of the mother or the baby, but C-sections result in longer recoveries and other potential post-operative issues. Dr Keith Eddleman, head of obstetrics at Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York explains how to cope with a cesarean section. Keywords: cesarean section caesarean section c-section recovery cesarean birth
4 Sep 2009
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Cesarean section in breef
1 Jan 2010
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30% of babies born in the U.S.arrive via cesarean section. Let's explore what to expect during a c-section. ――――――――――――――――――――――― WATCH MORE PREGNANCY VIDEOS! Click Here: »»»
12 May 2010
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Dr. Nageotte performs a cesarean section to deliver a baby at the MemorialCare Center for Women at Miller Children's Hospital Long Beach and Long Beach Memorial Medical Center in California. © Memorial Health Services. 2009 Neither MemorialCare Health System nor any of its related, affiliated companies, including, without limitation, Long Beach Memorial Medical Center, Miller Children's Hospital Long Beach, Orange Coast Memorial Medical Center and Saddleback Memorial Medical Center are responsible for third-party materials appearing on the MemorialCare health channel, including but not limited to linked third-party videos, linked third-party sites, and third-party advertisements. MemorialCare does not control or endorse this third-party content and makes no representations regarding its accuracy.
28 Jun 2010
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ولادة قيصرية Cesarean section
11 Sep 2010
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Brought to you by Video clip showing Cesarean Section Operation
10 Nov 2011
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Birth by Cesarean section Litter of Border Collie Complete video
11 Aug 2012
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READ ME FIRST... Part 2, you must see at least the first two parts...This is a Cesarian Section done to a Cow in Mexico, because the Calf came with the head down, and later died... then it got rotten, and we had to use the C-section to save the cow, first we tried to take out the dead calf male form the usual way, but we could n't, so we procedeed to the cesarian, please subscribe and rate the video to upload many more Veterinarian's jobs, enjoy show it to your fellows... i think this is a really nice video even for children!
3 Sep 2009
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