Postpartum outcomes in supine delivery by physicians vs nonsupine delivery by midwives.

@article{Terry2006PostpartumOI,
  title={Postpartum outcomes in supine delivery by physicians vs nonsupine delivery by midwives.},
  author={Richard R Terry and Jeanne Westcott and Laura E O'Shea and Frank Kelly},
  journal={The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association},
  year={2006},
  volume={106 4},
  pages={199-202}
}
CONTEXT Clinically preferred maternal position during childbirth has varied between supine and nonsupine over time and from patient to patient. Preferred maternal birthing position is coming under increasing scrutiny. OBJECTIVE To compare postpartum maternal and infant outcomes resulting from supine and nonsupine positions maintained during the second stage of labor. DESIGN AND METHODS Nonrandomized clinical trial comparing low-risk women (N=198) in two separate obstetrics practices. In one… CONTINUE READING

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