Hypothermia and Hypoxic- Ischemic Encephalopathy: Guideline Development Using the Best Evidence
BABY AVA WAS DELIVERED AT 39 weeks gestation by emergency cesarean section following a prolapsed cord. Her mother was 23 years old, and this was her first pregnancy, which had been uneventful. She was Group B Streptococcus negative. The mother's membranes ruptured one hour prior to arrival at the hospital, and she presented in labor. She was afebrile with stable vital signs. When initially examined, the cord was found prolapsed in the vaginal canal. She was immediately placed in a knee-chest posture and rushed to the operating room.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2008-07-01
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