8 edition of Understanding the dangers of cesarean birth found in the catalog.
Understanding the dangers of cesarean birth
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Nicette Jukelevics ; foreword by Charles Mahan.|
|Series||The Praeger series on contemporary health and living|
|LC Classifications||RG761 .J85 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008020492|
When there’s a tragedy in any birth it’s sad, but they can happen just as easily from a cesarean section in the hospital or a breech birth in the hospital, or at home for that matter.” Dr. Fischbein is clear in his mission: “Ultimately whatever a doctor feels, or whatever a . The Cesarean section is credited as being named after the great Julius Caesar. While the exact timeline is debatable, the University of Washington (UW) reports that some believe Caesar was the.
birth is seen a normal, routine healthy operation. There seems to be a ‘caesarean temptation’ (Odent, ) that is to say the temptation to make the caesarean the most common way to give birth. The caesarean birth is no longer a rare rescue operation. Caesarean birth tends to become the norm, at least in some countries. Special Continuing Education Issue Sponsored by JMWH. select article Topics in Antepartum Care, Part II (#/) Book review Full text access Birth Emergency Skills Training: A Manual for Out-of-Hospital Midwives Understanding the Dangers of Cesarean Birth: Making Informed Decisions. Janelle Wahlman. Pages ee
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Understanding the Dangers of Cesarean Birth: Making Informed Decisions Nicette Jukelevics Foreword by Charles Mahan, M.D.
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"Nicettle Jukelevics' Understanding the Dangers of Cesarean Birth is a tour de force. Her exhaustively researched book is just what U.S. women need right now to protect themselves from skyrocketing birth interventions."Pages: Understanding the Dangers of Cesarean Birth will interest not only expectant and future parents, but also to students and scholars of women's health, nursing, 5/5(1).
Get this from a library. Understanding the dangers of cesarean birth: making informed decisions. [Nicette Jukelevics] -- "Jukelevics aims to give women the insights they need to make an informed decision about whether natural or C-section birth is best for them and their babies.
She explains when C-sections are. Understanding the Dangers of Cesarean Birth: Making Informed Decisions, a new book by Nicette Jukelevics, MA, ICCE of the wonderful resource on vaginal birth after cesarean section, has just been published.
Understanding the Dangers of Cesarean Birth will be a valuable addition to the bookshelf of any consumer, health care provider, or scholar who is concerned about the current status of women's health care in the United States." - Journal of Midwifery and Women's Health.
In Understanding the Dangers of Cesarean Birth, Jukelevics does a good job of putting all the current information and resources about cesarean and vaginal birth after cesarean in one handy place. However, although the book may be useful for the birth professional, the cost might be prohibitive for many.
Reviewer: Sharon Muza, BS, CD, CDT(DONA. I felt like this book was definitely biased toward C-sections being the better way to deliver a baby. Many of the arguments "A Thinking Woman's Guide to a Better Birth" said that pro-cesarean OB/GYNs would use to perform cesareans, this book used/5(7).
After Luke’s cesarean birth assisted by a vacuum extractor, her goal was to find a way to talk about Luke’s birth without crying. This book is not a general guide to a VBAC, but a personal narrative that reflects the deep disappointment and disconnect that many mothers feel after an unexpected cesarean.
After decades of increasing cesarean sections worldwide the medical community and health organizations are now focused on reducing unnecessary cesareans and promoting physiological birth with minimal interventions.
Knowledge of the complications from repeat cesareans for both mothers and babies and the option of VBAC has moved beyond the research journals to popular media. Understanding the Dangers of Cesarean Birth: Making Informed Decisions, a new book by Nicette Jukelevics, MA, ICCE of the wonderful resource on vaginal birth after cesarean section, has just been published.
Silent Knife: Cesarean Prevention and Vaginal Birth after Cesarean, VBAC – Nancy Wainer Cohen & Lois Estner; Understanding the Dangers of Cesarean Birth: Making Informed Decisions – Nicette Jukelevics; Childbirth Without Fear – Michael Odent & Grantly Dick-Read; Rediscovering Birth – Sheila Kitzinger.
Nicette Jukelevics is a researcher, educator, and author on childbirth and cesarean birth issues. Her recent book is Understanding the Dangers of Cesarean Birth: Making Informed Decisions,Nicette Jukelevics, MA, ICCE, Center for Family, Madison Street, SuiteTorrance, California, e‐mail.
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Silent Knife: Cesarean Prevention and Vaginal Birth After Cesarean Nancy Wainer Cohen and Lois Estner. Understanding the Dangers of Cesarean Birth.
Nicette Jukelevics, MA, ICCE. Artemis Speaks Nan Koehler. The VBAC Companion: The Expectant Mother’s Guide to Vaginal Birth After Cesarean Diane Korte. Sit Up and Take Notice. A cesarean delivery, also called a C-section or cesarean birth, is the surgical delivery of a baby through a surgical cut or incision in a woman's abdomen and uterus.
After the baby is removed from the womb, the uterus and abdomen are closed with stitches that later dissolve. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in32% of births were by cesarean delivery.
A cesarean section — or C-section — is the surgical delivery of a baby. It involves one incision in the mother’s abdomen and another in the uterus. A C-section can be part of the original. Birth - Clip - A Decision.
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Combination of relief, fear, shock If labor has been long or difficult, if there has been anxiety for the mother or baby – a sense of not knowing what to expect, or having lost control.This book covers the caesarean experience from the medical recovery aspect rather than its psychological or transpersonal aspects.
It is a basic, mainstream perspective on caesarean birth. 8) Mayer, Linda D., The Cesarean (R)evolution, Edmonds, WA, Chas Franklin Press, A guide to caesarean birth's medical aspects and to the mother's.