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.
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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.
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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.
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