Bracht maneuver

Bracht ma·neu·ver

(brahkt),
delivery of a fetus in breech position by extension of the legs and trunk of the fetus over the symphysis pubis and abdomen of the mother; the fetal head is born spontaneously as the legs and trunk are lifted above the maternal pelvis, and as the body of the infant is extended by the operator.

Bracht ma·neu·ver

(brahkt mă-nū'vĕr)
Delivery of a fetus in breech position by extension of the legs and trunk of the fetus over the symphysis pubis and abdomen of the mother; the fetal head is born spontaneously as the legs and trunk are lifted above the maternal pelvis, and as the body of the infant is extended by the operator.

Bracht,

Erich Franz, German obstetrician and gynecologist, 1882–.
Bracht maneuver - delivery of a fetus in the breech position by extension of the legs and trunk of the fetus over the symphysis pubis and abdomen of the mother.