Active management of the third stage of labour includes administering a uterotonic after birth of the baby, controlled cord traction and clamping and cutting of the cord once the uterus contracts.
Produced by the British Hypertension Society, this video demonstrates simple standardized methods of blood pressure measurement that can help ensure reliability and accuracy.
This caesarean section video focuses on individual aspects of the operation such as the abdominal incision, suturing of the uterus and other components and discusses the evidence base for those components.
This video demonstrates the methods for examination of the placenta.
External cephalic version is one of the most effective procedures for reducing breech presentation and avoiding caesarean section. The technique and the evidence are presented.
This video demonstrates the insertion technique for the TCu-380A IUD, which has been shown in a Cochrane review to be more effective than other IUDs.
This video describes the method of skin-to-skin contact between a mother and her newborn as a low-cost alternative to conventional clinical approach for the care of low-birth-weight infants.
This video highlights the importance of social support provided by lay labour companions (doulas) during labour.
This video demonstrates the technique of female laparoscopic sterilization with Falope ring and Filshie clip.
This film covers the basic skills of taking a temperature, counting the breathing rate, and weighing a baby.
This film covers how to evaluate a baby with a breathing problem. It shows rapid breathing, chest in-drawing, and nasal flaring. It advises to give these babies oxygen if possible and refer them to a higher-level facility.
This film shows the correct and safe way to feed a baby with a gastric tube. It highlights involving the mother and features a chart that shows the volume of milk to give at each feeding according to the day of life.
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