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.
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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.
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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
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