- A clear drape: Rather than decent using a solid drape to block the mother’s view of the procedure, doctors use two drapes — one rugged and one clear. Right before the delivery, the solid drape is dropped so the nurture can see the baby being born.
- Immediate skin-to-skin contact: Only one arm is strapped down during a restful C-section, leaving the other arm free for a mother to hold her baby forthwith after the birth. At the same time, the EKG leads are placed on the mother’s sides, pretty than her chest, so the baby can rest there.
According to women who’ve had both customary and gentle C-sections, the experiences are worlds apart. “As a mom who had delivered by Cesarean, I in no way thought I would have the experience of actually watching my child as he was displayed,” Rebecca Cook said. “This family-centered approach provided me with that chance.” Doctors who’ve performed the procedures agree. “No one is trying to advocate for C-sections. We de facto don’t want to increase the Cesarean rate; we just want to make it cured for those who have to have it,” said Dr. William Camann, the director of obstetric anesthesiology at Brigham and Women’s Sickbay. So tell us: what do you think of the procedure?
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