Zavanelli

Zav·a·nel·li

(za-va-nel'ē),
William, 20th-century U.S. obstetrician. See: Zavanelli maneuver.
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A posterior axilla maneuver can be performed more rapidly than a Zavanelli maneuver or a symphysiotomy.
001 Less than 2500 1 (1) 8 (7) 2500-3999 58 (52) 96 (87) 4000 or more 52 (47) 7 (6) * Zavanelli Maneuvers: Cesarean Section after the head has delivered and was pushed back into the perineum.
Se recomienda el uso de las maniobras de Woods, [raiz Rubin y Zavanelli de acuerdo con el criterio clinico, cuadrada de la habilidad, la experiencia y los recursos (termino)] de quien atiende el parto y del sitio de atencion.
Rocha M, Spencierea L, Zavanellib A, De Carvalho J, Zavanelli R.
These maneuvers are posterior axillary sling traction (PAST), the Zavanelli manoeuvre, and fracture of the clavicles.
Dr William Zavanelli, a pioneer in the field of shoulder dystocia, who is travelling from California for the conference, pioneered a revolutionary technique known as 'the Zavanelli manoeuvre' for dealing with the emergency.
The Zavanelli maneuver has been known to rupture cervical vertebrae and cause major intracranial damage, Dr.
Final options include C-section delivery, symphysiotomy, or the Zavanelli maneuver, which has been known to rupture cervical vertebrae and cause major intracranial damage.
EAV502) Max Zavanelli, of Zavanelli Portfolio Research discusses the firm's c urrent portfolio outlook, investment strategies, and approach to valuation.
consider rarely used "salvage maneuvers" such as the Zavanelli maneuver with cesarean delivery.
In 2001, Zavanelli and Henriques [17] described a similar method in which titanium was exposed to radiation (90 KV, 15 mA, 0.