Forceps Delivery

Infant Radiography
Figure 7.2. After delivery of the infant, radiography showed the presence of the BB pellet at the distal end of the femur. The infant had a normal course.

Figure 7.3. This infant developed swelling and some erythema over the frontal area. Radiography of die skull shows periosteal elevation of the frontal bone. This resulted from die application of a fetal scalp electrode.

Figure 7.4. Skin incisions on the buttocks of an infant delivered by cesarean birth. It is not uncommon for infants to have iatrogenic trauma, such as facial abrasions from forceps delivery, and trauma from diagnostic-therapeutic procedures such as amniocentesis. (Landers, S.)

Figure 7.4. Skin incisions on the buttocks of an infant delivered by cesarean birth. It is not uncommon for infants to have iatrogenic trauma, such as facial abrasions from forceps delivery, and trauma from diagnostic-therapeutic procedures such as amniocentesis. (Landers, S.)

Infant Burns

Figure 7.5. Circular lesions on the back of an infant as a result of skin burns from a faulty tran-scutaneous pO2 electrode. With the advent of pulse oximetry the transcutaneous electrodes are rarely used nowadays.

Transcutaneous Skin Burns
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  • Benjamin
    Why did i have to have a forcep delivery?
    7 years ago

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