CASE STUDY BREECH BIRTH

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Pregnancy is an enjoyable and expected state for every mother as well as for entire family in our society. Even though pregnancy is a natural outcome of a congenial marriage, it is biologically, physiologically and psychologically stressful. Having borne this stress during the pregnancy, both the mother and fetus are exposed to their greatest danger at childbirth. This may be fatal for either or both or may lead to prolonged disability if any complication arises. To avert these potential adverse outcomes, pre-natal, natal, and post-natal care are aimed at identification, assessment and management of women whose pregnancies are at risk because of existing or potential complication

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BREECH BIRTHBACKGROUNDPregnancy is an enjoyable and expected state for every mother as well as for entire family in our society. Even though pregnancy is a natural outcome of a congenial marriage, it is biologically, physiologically and psychologically stressful. Having borne this stress during the pregnancy, both the mother and fetus are exposed to their greatest danger at childbirth. This may be fatal for either or both or may lead to prolonged disability if any complication arises. To avert these potential adverse outcomes, pre-natal, natal, and post-natal care are aimed at identification, assessment and management of women whose pregnancies are at risk because of existing or potential complication. The World Health Organization (WHO) defines all pregnancies as HIGH RISK due to the inherent dangers the mother and the fetus are exposed to at the time of delivery in the absence of trained help. Therefore, maternal and infant mortalities are high amongst those with poor access to trained obstetrical help, as in the developing countries. In Nepal, on an average, twelve women die daily either due to complication of pregnancy or childbirth. In order to standardize the documentation of impact of health delivery system on maternal health, the WHO has introduced the Maternal Mortality Rate (MMR). Maternal mortality has been defined by the WHO as THE DEATH OF A WOMAN WHILE PREGNANT OR WITHIN FOURTY-TWO DAYS OF TERMINATION OF PREGNANCY, IRRESOECTIVE OF THE DURATION AND

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