Wigand maneuver

Wi·gand ma·neu·ver

(vī'gand),
an assisted breech delivery with pressure above the symphysis while the fetus lies astraddle the operator's other arm.

Martin-Wigand manoeuvre

A rarely used obstetrical manoeuvre in which the pelvis is dintended to promote head flexion and descent so as to deliver the baby’s head.

Wigand,

J. Heinrich, German obstetrician and gynecologist, 1766-1817.
Wigand maneuver - assisted breech delivery with pressure above the symphysis while the fetus lies astraddle the operator's other arm.
Wigand version