Rubin 2 Maneuver

Rubin 2 Maneuver Rubin I: A shoulder dystocia management procedure, Rubin II is pressure applied to the fetal shoulder facing the maternal pubic symphysis.

Rubin II: A shoulder dystocia management procedure, Rubin II is pressure applied to the fetal shoulder facing the maternal pubic symphysis. The goal of this procedure is to move the fetus in an oblique position with the head slightly angled toward the vagina.


Rubin 2 Maneuver - Frequently Asked Questions

What Are the Numbers of Patients Dying in Drug Addiction Treatment Centers?
03 jun
What Are the Numbers of Patients Dying in Drug Addiction Treatment Centers?

Almost 3,400 patients died in U.S. drug addiction treatment centers in 2015. Many of these deaths were preventable if the staff at the centers had taken the right steps to adequately evaluate the patient’s condition and ensure they received the emergency medical care they needed. While the theories on why treatment center staff failed to

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When Should You Contact A Birth Injury Lawyer?
27 aug
When Should You Contact A Birth Injury Lawyer?

If you suspect your child suffered a childbirth injury due to medical malpractice, it might be difficult to know when to contact a birth injury lawyer. You should contact an attorney as soon as you realize a birth injury occurred and you think someone else might have been responsible. A birth injury lawyer can help

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Rubin 2 Maneuver - News Articles

Surgeon Found Negligent for Performing Unneeded Operation; Jury Awards Pennsylvania Woman $625,000
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Surgeon Found Negligent for Performing Unneeded Operation; Jury Awards Pennsylvania Woman $625,000

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West Virginia Family Awarded $90.5 Million In Medical Malpractice Lawsuit
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West Virginia Family Awarded $90.5 Million In Medical Malpractice Lawsuit

In 2010, Tom Douglas filed a medical malpractice lawsuit against Manor Care Inc., HCR Manor Care Services Inc., Healthcare and Retirement Corp. of America LLC, and Heartland Employment Services LLC as he blamed his mother’s death on the negligence of her nursing home.  Dorothy Douglas was reported to have died from dementia within the weeks

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