Management of Critical Cord Accidents

  • A. K. Debdas


The three kinds of cord accidents have been detailed, and a simple stepwise protocol for the management of these has been framed. Two absolutely new approaches have been presented here, namely, adoption of clear division of responsibility and a ‘timeless’, ‘real-time’, no miss record keeping method by e-mode.


Caesarean Section Vaginal Delivery Fetal Distress Vaginal Examination Present Part 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Rajkumari FoundationJamshedpurIndia

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