Perinatal mortality was more in relation to footling breech
You will see a tail, but no feet for a frank breech; you will see two hooves facing up for a footling breech
Nine days into treatment, at 23 weeks' gestation, 210 hours after membrane rupture, a 415-g live-born girl was delivered spontaneously in footling breech
with Apgar scores of 1 (1 min) and 5 (5 min).
One midwife, Diane, who was direct-entry and apprenticed before she became a CNM, recently did a footling breech
in the water, and a shoulder dystocia with the baby's cord wrapped around its neck.
He was a footling breech
birth, but was normal upon examination, fed well, and discharged from the nursery after 24 hours.
One said she had a safe and successful home birth with the same complication as Koberstein - a footling breech
delivery where the baby emerges feet first.
The staff weren't able to touch him because he was a footling breech
, which means if you try and help them in any way, you could damage their necks.
Standard procedure for paramedics and EMTs encountering a footling breech
birth was to transport the patient to a hospital immediately.
Shanley describes her own four unassisted births, including one footling breech
and a 5 week premature birth where the baby dies (which she says was a manifestation of her desire to miscarry).
In general, the consensus panel concluded that the cesarean presents a lower risk to the infant than a vaginal delivery when a breech fetus is 8 pounds or larger, when a fetus is in a complete or footling breech
position or when a fetus is breech with marked hyperextension of the head.
Presentation was footling breech
, and fetal heart sounds were present.
While patients having multiple pregnancy, preterm labour, fetuses with congenital anomalies and complicated breech presentation [ previous cesarean section, macrosomic fetus ( Greater than 4kg), footling breech
, premature rupture of the membrane] were excluded from the study.