Rachel Reedindependent midwife, lecturer and birth nerd
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- Nuchal Cords: the perfect scapegoat
- Asynclitism: a well aligned baby or a tilted head?
- The Human Microbiome: considerations for pregnancy, birth and early mothering
- Induction: a step by step guide
- The Anterior Cervical Lip: how to ruin a perfectly good birth
- Amniotic Fluid Volume: too much, too little, or who knows?
- Induction of Labour: balancing risks
- Pre-labour Rupture of Membranes: impatience and risk
- Judging Birth
- The Assessment of Progress
Tag Archives: pregnancy
Updated and edited: September 2014 This post was co-authored by Jessie Johnson-Cash and based on her presentation at the USC Midwifery Education Day. The human microbiome is rather fashionable in the world of science at the moment. The NIH Human Microbiome … Continue reading
This post is in response to readers asking me to cover the topic of induction for low amniotic fluid volume (AFV). Most of the content is available in textbooks, in particular Coad and Dunstall 2011 and Beall and Ross (2011), … Continue reading