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

What Is Locked-in Syndrome Like?
11 jan
What Is Locked-in Syndrome Like?

A person with locked-in syndrome can see, hear, think clearly, recognize faces, and understand everything that is going on around him or her. But aside from the muscles controlling the eyes, he or she cannot move a single body part, nor can he or she speak or even breathe without assistance. Locked-in syndrome is one

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How Common Is Locked-In Syndrome?
11 jan
How Common Is Locked-In Syndrome?

The exact prevalence of locked-in syndrome, called LIS, is not known. However, it is an extremely rare condition. There is less than one case out of every million people, with only a few dozen cases officially diagnosed. Those whose loved one suffers from this devastating syndrome may try to care for their family member at

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Gaskin Maneuver - News Articles

Kevin Clanton vs. United States of America; Plaintiff Awarded $29.6 Million
24 mar
Kevin Clanton vs. United States of America; Plaintiff Awarded $29.6 Million

When Kevin Clanton walked into the Windsor Health Center in June 2008, then just 28-years-old, he could have never anticipated experiencing kidney failure four years later. But after hearing arguments from his lawyers and an attorney representing the federal government, Judge Nancy Rosenstengel ruled that the kidney failure and subsequent transplant could have been avoided

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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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