This tutorial will help you recognise dysfunctional labour and its potential causes, and develop knowledge of management and counselling regarding vaginal birth after caesarean section (VBAC).
This tutorial will review the indications, methods, outcomes and management of this intervention.
This tutorial explains the process of normal labour and birth, how to monitor it and the anatomy of the fetal skull and female pelvis that is relevant to labour.
This tutorial reviews the different intrapartum fetal heart rate (FHR) patterns observed with electronic monitoring that may be associated with hypoxia.
This tutorial describes the indications for, surgical techniques of, and management of caesarean section.
This tutorial outlines the basic principles of when to intervene and how to assess and conduct an instrumental delivery.
This tutorial discusses intrapartum management of twin pregnancy and complements the multiple pregnancy tutorial in the Antenatal Care module.
This tutorial aims to teach how to assess and describe the complications in women with pre-eclampsia.
On completion of this tutorial, you should have a better understanding of IUFD and be capable of devising a specific management plan.
This tutorial will cover three obstetric emergencies – maternal collapse and resuscitation, shoulder dystocia and cord prolapse.
This tutorial will focus on the understanding and use of different analgesia options available to women during labour and delivery.
This tutorial explores perioperative trauma in relation to complications of spontaneous and operative deliveries.
This tutorial describes factors associated with spontaneous preterm delivery, and methods employed in the prediction and prevention of preterm labour.
On completion of this tutorial, you will understand the methods used during vaginal breech delivery to reduce maternal and perinatal morbidity.