Zavanelli

Zav·a·nel·li

(za-va-nel'ē),
William, 20th-century U.S. obstetrician. See: Zavanelli maneuver.
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Jose Alcides Arruda, (1) Pedro Silva, (2) Luciano Silva, (1) Pamella Alvares, (1) Leni Silva, (1) Ricardo Zavanelli, (2) Cleomar Rodrigues, (3) Marleny Gerbi, (1) Ana Paula Sobral, (1) and Marcia Silveira (1)
If this sequence of steps does not result in successful vaginal delivery, additional options include: clavicle fracture, cephalic replacement followed by cesarean delivery (Zavanelli maneuver), symphysiotomy, or fundal pressure combined with a rotational maneuver.
Characteristics Cases Controls p value (N=111) (N=111) N (%) N (%) Epidural anesthesia 3 (3) 0 0.010 Iron-deficiency anemia 12 (11) 3 (3) 0.020 Induction of labor 18 (16) 0 0.001 Mode of delivery 0.010 Normal vaginal 96 (87) 108 (97) Vacuum 14 (13) 3 (3) LSCS(Zavanelli 1 (1) 0 Manoeuver) * Gender of newborn 0.310 Male 61 (55) 54 (49) Female 50 (45) 57 (51) Apgar score (median) At one minute 7 (6) 9 (8) 0.010 At five minutes 9 (8) 10 (9) 0.010 Birth weight 0.001 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.
Our results corroborate those of Zavanelli et al., (27) who found no alterations on ceramic surfaces treated with 10% or 15% carbamide peroxide for 126 h.
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.