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The Cesarean (r)evolution

Linda D. Meyer

The Cesarean (r)evolution

by Linda D. Meyer

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Published by C. Franklin Press in Edmonds, WA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cesarean section.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Linda D. Meyer ; cover design by Linda Meyer.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRG761 .M39
    The Physical Object
    Pagination143 p. :
    Number of Pages143
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4429046M
    LC Control Number79055301

    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.   A cesarean section or delivery, also known as a c-section, is a surgical procedure to deliver babies. C-sections can be planned, but are most often done due to .

      The first C-section in America where the woman survived was on none other than the wife of the doctor who performed the operation, Dr. Jesse Bennett, and his wife Elizabeth Bennett. This event occurred in C-sections are now quite common, with about 33% of babies born in the United States in born via C-section. A c-section, or cesarean section, is surgical delivery of a baby through incisions in the mother's abdomen and uterus. In some circumstances, a c-section is scheduled in advance. In others, the surgery is needed due to an unforeseen issue.

      As in an open book we witness the birth of a child through a transverse cesarean operation. It is a fun and didactic film, address to students of medicine, n.   The writing and imagery in the book is amazing and really captured the many emotions women feel after a cesarean and again when planning for a VBAC. Also, this book is incredibly validating of women’s reactions to their cesarean births (despite having a healthy baby and mom 😉). Other VBAC Books.


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The Cesarean (r)evolution by Linda D. Meyer Download PDF EPUB FB2

The C-Section Book for Modern Women: Everything You Need to Know About Your Womb, Your Baby, and You for Holistic Post-Op Healing and Bonding from the Inside Out.

Coming June 1, Your womb world is a miraculous place - multidimensional, and temperamental, too. It fluctuates with every stressor, hormone, and childbirth. Foreword INDIES Silver Winner “The cumulative sum of these stories is an enlightening reading experience for both those who’ve had C-sections and those who may.”—Publishers The Cesarean book “This brave, brilliant, and astoundingly well-written collection smashes the walls of silence and shame and lets C-section survivors celebrate each other as fellow mothers, as sisters on the surgical /5(15).

This book stresses the life saving wonder of the ceasarean section but also explores the possible implications of overuse of this procedure when birth could be allowed to progress naturally.

This is a book that is sure to have elicit a strong response from those who read it, whether they be a woman who has chosen elective C-secition or one who /5(8).

Cesarean Section is the first book to chronicle this history. In exploring the creation of the complex social, cultural, economic, and medical factors leading to the surgery's increase, Jacqueline H.

Wolf describes obstetricians' reliance on assorted medical technologies that weakened the skills they had traditionally employed to foster vaginal. Homebirth Cesarean aspires to bring deeper understanding to these unrecognized births, to celebrate the women and birth professionals transformed by them, and to give childbirth and postpartum professionals the tools they need to support families as they begin their parenting journeys.

“This book is rich with the voices of brave women whose outcry of triumphant victory beyond shock and grief. The complete guide to a healthy recovery from the effects of C-section birthing.

Almost 1 out of 4 deliveries is by cesarean section. Whether or not the procedure is planned, cesarean section must be considered major abdominal surgery and surgical recovery is a necessary process towards complete healing/5(12). A cesarean delivery — also known as a C-section or cesarean section — is the surgical delivery of a baby.

It involves one incision in the mother’s abdomen and another in the uterus. Cut It Out: The C-Section Epidemic in America, is an important book and one I would strongly encourage anyone who seeks change in childbirth to carefully read." (Mama Birth) "A major strength in this book is that Morris examines an assortment of data sources and thus achieves a multifaceted research approach for analyzing the increasing Reviews:   Ultimately, though, we cannot be sure of where or when the term cesarean was derived.

Until the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries the procedure was known as cesarean operation. This began to change following the publication in of Jacques Guillimeau's book on midwifery in which he introduced the term "section.". Selected References. Ackerknecht, Erwin H., A Short History of Medicine, Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, Boley, J.P., "The History of Cesarean.

This well-written, well-structured, thought-provoking short book written by a doctor reaffirmed my growing conviction that the best way to protect the baby I might one day have is to stay as far away from doctors and hospitals as possible during the birthing process -- unless there is cord prolapse, real placenta praevia, placenta abruption, brow presentation, shoulder presentation or maternal /5.

I wish this book was available when I had my first traumatic C-section in I would have felt less alone. This is an incredible collection of essays and should be given to every women departing the hospital after a C-section, elective or otherwise/5.

Caesarean section, also known as C-section, or caesarean delivery, is the use of surgery to deliver babies. A caesarean section is often necessary when a vaginal delivery would put the baby or mother at risk. Reasons for this may include obstructed labor, twin pregnancy, high blood pressure in the mother, breech birth, or problems with the placenta or umbilical cord.

Books: Cesarean Recovery () by Chrissie Gallagher-Mundy. This book covers key elements of mom’s recovery following a C-section through six months after birth; The Essential C-section Guide: Pain Control, Healing at Home, Getting Your Body Back, and Everything Else You Need to Know About Cesarean Birth () by Maureen Connolly and Dana.

This book provides broad, science-based information regarding the most common major surgical procedure performed, i.e. Cesarean Delivery. The book provides relevant scientific literature regarding epidemiology and rates of cesarean delivery in low and high income countries and the impact of the disparities in the rate of cesarean delivery.

Strong chapters on overcoming fear, planning your VBAC, finding VBAC-friendly doctors and hospitals, and experiencing a VBAC make this book invaluable.

The appendices provide fascinating statistics about infant mortality rates and cesarean and VBAC rates around the world, as well as extensive listings of by: 1. C-section, also known as cesarean delivery, is a procedure in which a birth doctor delivers an infant through an incision in the mother’s abdomen and uterus rather than through the vagina.

Words: Length: 5 Pages Document Type: Essay Paper #: C-Sections elative to Hospital Size A cesarean section, more commonly known as a C-section, is a surgical procedure in which a fetus is delivered via a hysterotomy rather than.

Caesarean section has become the most common major operation in the world and, with the increasing number of caesarean sections being performed, there are many serious and long-term healthcare implications for gynaecology, general surgery, neonatology, and epigenetics.

Textbook of Caesarean Section is an informative and practical tool for practitioners performing obstetric care in all areas of. This book provides broad, science-based information regarding the most common major surgical procedure performed, i.e.

Cesarean Delivery. The book provides relevant scientific literature regarding epidemiology and rates of cesarean delivery in low and high income countries and the impact of the disparities in the rate of cesarean delivery between countries. In addition, the book. Planning your dog’s cesarean section is mainly centered around common sense.

Keep a close relationship with your veterinarian during the weeks building to the c-section, and take notes of any recommendation made by the vet clinic. The main focus of a female dog’s c-section starts on the day of the operation and is prolonged with the post-op.Childbirth is a life-altering experience for any woman, but a Cesarean delivery can be overwhelming, whether it’s unexpected or planned.

Despite the fact that roughly one in four babies in the United States is delivered by c-section, very little information about the experience is included in typical pregnancy books and physicians and childbirth educators often gloss over/5.Twenty-one vivid, moving essays on caesarean birth “No one talks about C-sections as surgery,” writes SooJin Pate.

“They talk about it as if it’s just another way—albeit more convenient way—of giving birth.”The twenty-one essays in My Caesarean add back to the conversation the missing voices of a vast, invisible sisterhood. Robin Schoenthaler reflects: “A C-section for us.