Shoulder Dystocia Extracted from Survival Guide to Midwifery, 2nd Edition (2012) Diane M. Fraser and Margaret A. Cooper, Oxford; Churchill Livingstone: 2012. Courtesy Elsevier Shoulder dystocia is the failure of the shoulders to traverse the pelvis spontaneously after delivery of the head. Incidence is around 0.3 per cent of all deliveries. The anterior shoulder becomes […]

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