Ritgen maneuver

Rit·gen ma·neu·ver

(rit'gen),
delivery of a child's head by pressure on the perineum while controlling the speed of delivery by pressure with the other hand on the head.
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Rit·gen ma·neu·ver

(rit'gen mă-nū'vĕr)
Delivery of a child's head by pressure on the perineum while controlling the speed of delivery by pressure with the other hand on the head.
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Ritgen,

Ferdinand August Marie Franz von, German obstetrician, 1787-1867.
Ritgen maneuver - delivery of a child's head by pressure on the perineum while controlling the speed of delivery by pressure with the other hand on the head.
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