outlet forceps delivery

out·let for·ceps de·liv·er·y

delivery by forceps applied to the fetal head when it has reached the perineal floor and is visible between contractions.

out·let for·ceps de·liv·ery

(owt'lĕt fōr'seps dĕ-liv'ĕr-ē)
Delivery by forceps applied to the fetal head when it has reached the perineal floor and is visible between contractions.
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of % t' value Significance Cases Full-term vaginal 18 24.0 17.821 0.000 delivery with RMLE (FTVD with RMLE) Assisted breech 3 4.0 extraction Outlet forceps delivery 21 28.0 with RMLE Vacuum Delivery 0 0.0 LSCS 33 44.0 Table 8: Indications for LSCS.
Outlet forceps delivery could be a possible associated risk factor.
Consistent with previous studies, [sup][1],[9],[12],[23] our study also showed outlet forceps delivery was associated with increased risk of OASIS.
Among the mode of delivery, Lower Segment Caesarean Section (LSCS) was found to be 34.7%; 8% of patients were delivered by prophylactic outlet forceps delivery. The indications for LSCS were foetal distress for 8 patients, cephalopelvic disproportion for 4 patients, severe oligohydramnios for 2 patients, suspected scar dehiscence for 1 patient and severe left ventricular dysfunction for 1 patient.
Maternal and neonatal effects of outlet forceps delivery compared with spontaneous vaginal delivery in term pregnancies.