CEPHALOPELVIC DISPROPORTION CPD JOURNAL PDF

It is most common in women with smaller pelvic regions, or in babies that are too large because of hereditary factors or gestational diabetes. It can also occur in pregnancies that were allowed to go too long post-term. Complications of CPD Cephalo-pelvic disproportion is a concern because a baby could experience signs of fetal distress. These include decreased heart rate and oxygen deprivation. If the baby cannot be delivered in a timely manner, both the mother and baby could be in critical danger.

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It is most common in women with smaller pelvic regions, or in babies that are too large because of hereditary factors or gestational diabetes. It can also occur in pregnancies that were allowed to go too long post-term.

Complications of CPD Cephalo-pelvic disproportion is a concern because a baby could experience signs of fetal distress. These include decreased heart rate and oxygen deprivation. If the baby cannot be delivered in a timely manner, both the mother and baby could be in critical danger. A doctor may use a variety of methods to help deliver the baby, including using forceps or vacuums to pull the baby through the cervix.

However, these can cause complications of their own. The safest and surest way to deliver the baby is through Cesarean section. The actions taken once CPD is diagnosed can make a difference in the safety of the baby.

A doctor may diagnose CPD when labor progress is below the standard and attempts to provide medical assistance do not work. Following diagnosis, a doctor must decide whether to risk using forceps and vacuums or if C-section is necessary. Failing to take action in a timely manner can result in serious or fatal complications and birth injuries.

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Cephalo-Pelvic Disproportion

A combination of these two issues is also possible. Pelvic exostoses: These are bony growths on the pelvis. Spondylolisthesis: This is a condition in which a bone in the spine slips out of its proper position onto the bone below it. It is important to note that abnormal fetal presentations i. Some consider this to be a form of cephalopelvic disproportion. Terminology may vary, but it is critically important that medical professionals examine the mother and fetus extensively enough to understand not only that there is something preventing the fetal head from making its way through the birth canal, but also exactly what the problem is.

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Cephalopelvic Disproportion

It can be scary, and you might start to think about all the things that can go wrong. A common worry is that the baby will be too big or get stuck. But what are the chances that could really happen? Cephalopelvic disproportion CPD is a medical issue that can arise during childbirth. It occurs when a baby is having trouble getting through the birth canal.

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