Birth position, accoucheur, and perineal outcomes: informing women about choices for vaginal birth.
- Published Article
Birth (Berkeley, Calif.)
- Publication Date
Mar 01, 2002
Findings contribute to growing evidence that birth position may affect perineal outcome. Women's childbirth experiences should reflect decisions made in partnership with midwives and obstetricians who are equipped with knowledge of risks and benefits of birthing options and skills to implement women's choices for birth. Further identification and recognition of the strategies used by midwives to achieve favorable perineal outcomes is warranted.
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