Shoulder dystocia occurs when the anterior shoulder of the fetus can not be delivered (without manipulation) past the symphysis pubis.
Every midwife and obstetrician must be able to correctly identify and manage shoulder dystocia in order to minimise the chance of fetal compromise.
- Australian College of Midwives CPD Recognised Activity
- Comprehensive staff reporting allowing administrators to easily generate compliance reports in seconds
- User certification provided upon successful completion
- Definitions and risk factors
- Action plan including manoeuvres
- Possible complications
- Documentation essentials
- Preparation for assessment
- Practice quiz
- Summative quiz
- References and links