Gaskin Maneuver

Gaskin Maneuver Gaskin Maneuver: This requires the mother to kneel on all fours.

Gaskin Maneuver: A shoulder dystocia management procedure, the Gaskin Maneuver requires the mother to kneel on all fours. The mother arches her back, and the pelvis is widened.


Gaskin Maneuver - Frequently Asked Questions

Can You File a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit Against Someone Other Than a Doctor?
29 mar
Can You File a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit Against Someone Other Than a Doctor?

While most people associate medical malpractice claims with doctors—and it is true that doctors are the target of many such claims—you can file a medical malpractice lawsuit against someone other than a doctor. Common non-doctor targets of medical malpractice lawsuits include hospitals, medical facilities, and nurses. In a medical malpractice lawsuit, the plaintiff alleges that a

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How Do You Investigate Your Medical Malpractice Case?
30 jan
How Do You Investigate Your Medical Malpractice Case?

If you believe you might have been the victim of medical negligence, you could have the basis for a medical malpractice claim. A lawyer can investigate your medical malpractice case, following the rules of evidence and civil procedure to obtain documents and records. If an attorney can get convincing proof, you could recover damages. At

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Gaskin Maneuver - News Articles

Arkansas Doctor & Medical Center Found Negligent for Infant’s Brain Damage;  Family Awarded $46.5 Million
10 apr
Arkansas Doctor & Medical Center Found Negligent for Infant’s Brain Damage; Family Awarded $46.5 Million

After a two-week medical malpractice trial, an Arkansas jury awarded more than $46 million in damages to the family of two-year-old Kara Smalls. The jury found that the brain damage sustained by the toddler could have been avoided if not for the negligence of Dr. Jonathan Lewis and the Ouachita County Medical Center in Camden,

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If an Opioid Overdose Doesn’t Lead to Death, Can I Still File for Medical Malpractice?
04 mar
If an Opioid Overdose Doesn’t Lead to Death, Can I Still File for Medical Malpractice?

Yes, opioid overdoses can be considered medical malpractice even if they do not lead to the victim’s death. Medical Malpractice and Opioid Overdoses Although death is an unfortunately common result of opioid overdoses, this is not a requirement for medical malpractice to have played a role in the incident. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control

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