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What is the "agpar score?" Does a good score indicate that there was no birth trauma whatsoever?
Did delayed delivery of a twin, whose agpar score was 7 at five minutes, suffer a neurological injury during birth?
Is it a birthmark, or did the infant suffer “forceps trauma?"
A review of studies that suggest that the "head cooling" technique can increase a newborn's chance of survival when they have experienced oxygen deprivation.
A discussion of the often beneficial effects of corticosteroids given to a mother who is likely to deliver prematurely.
There are many ways to delay preterm labor, but what are the after effects (on the mother and baby) of medicines that slow down contractions and delay labor?
A case sample of a birth injury where the injury was not formally diagnosed until the child was 13 years of age.
Erbs palsy is a condition in which injury to the cervical nerves in the neck causes damage and sometimes
Cerebral palsy is a group of disorders traceable to a number of different causes.
A birth injury can occur in a number of ways and for an array of reasons during the pregnancy...
If you or your infant are injured by the negligence or misconduct of a doctor or obstetric healthcare provider...