Maternal Symphysiotomy

Maternal Symphysiotomy Maternal Symphysiotomy: Breaking connective tissues between maternal pubes bones to widen the birth canal | What is Symphysiotomy?

Maternal Symphysiotomy: A shoulder dystocia management procedure, Maternal Symphysiotomy involves breaking connective tissues between maternal pubes bones. This widens the birth canal, allowing the infant to pass through. It is only used for extreme shoulder dystocia cases.


Maternal Symphysiotomy - Frequently Asked Questions

Are There Any Limits To What You Can Say In A Medical Malpractice Case?
30 jan
Are There Any Limits To What You Can Say In A Medical Malpractice Case?

You should not say anything to the doctor or the insurance company that can be used against you. The defendant in your case could take things you say and twist them into something you did not really mean. The lawyers at Medical Malpractice Help can help you understand the limits to what you can say

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Can Apologies or Sympathies Hurt Your Medical Malpractice Case in Florida?
30 jan
Can Apologies or Sympathies Hurt Your Medical Malpractice Case in Florida?

If a doctor or healthcare provider calls to apologize or express sympathy for an injury suffered by a patient under their care, can this gesture be held against them in a medical malpractice suit? In Florida, the answer is no—as long as the injury occurred as the result of an accident rather than a willful

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Maternal Symphysiotomy - News Articles

Pennsylvania Judge Approves $4.5 Million Geisinger Settlement
07 nov
Pennsylvania Judge Approves $4.5 Million Geisinger Settlement

On February 29, 2016, Andrew J. Martin, then 70 years old, was brought into the Geisinger Wyoming Valley Medical Center, located in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. Margaret Martin, his wife, and their three children, were under the impression that he would be quickly returning from the hospital in good health. But after spending 77 days at the

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Deceased Architect’s Estate Settles for Nearly $1 Million Over Doctor’s Alleged Negligence
19 apr
Deceased Architect’s Estate Settles for Nearly $1 Million Over Doctor’s Alleged Negligence

In the beginning of 2008, Robert Jackson Miller III, an ivy-league graduate and successful architect based out of New York City, went to a dermatology appointment for a routine checkup. He had recently co-founded Miller & Wright Architects and his work had already been featured in Architectural Digest, the New York Times, and the Wall

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