Research & Statistics

Breech Birth Statistics

September 6, 2011

This article by Richard Fischer, M.D. gives eye opening and reliable information about breech births. Types of Breeches Frank breech (50-70%) – Hips flexed, knees extended (pike position) Complete breech (5-10%) – Hips flexed, knees flexed (cannonball position) Footling or incomplete (10-30%) – One or both hips extended, foot presenting Percent of Breech Babies Breech […]

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Uterine Rupture: A Look At 20 Peer-Reviewed Publications

September 6, 2011

*Edited to add:  While I emphasized this many times throughout the post, it has been brought to my attention that others are sharing this as a VBAC only post/percentage. I want to clarify that .07% is for all pregnant women, including no previous scarring, scarred from any trauma, VBAC and anomalies (.012 when only non […]

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