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Zangen- versus Vakuumextraktion

  • H. K. Weitzel
  • H. Hopp

Zusammenfassung

Die Wahl der Zange oder der Saugglocke als Entbindungsinstrument ist abhängig von der klinischen Tradition und Schulung. Die Frage, welches der beiden Instrumente für die Mutter oder das Kind vorteilhafter ist, ist im Grunde eine Glaubenssache. Und wie immer in der Religion, läßt man sich von seinem Glauben nur schwer abbringen. Wer durch die Unterweisung in der Handhabung nur eines der beiden Instrumente ausgebildet ist, wird sich schwer tun, sich auch von den Vorteilen einer alternativen Methode überzeugen zu lassen.

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  • H. Hopp

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