Background: Frey's syndrome is a group of symptoms that include unilateral sweating with malar region and external ear reddening after eating or drinking some food. It is a lesion of the auriculotemporal nerve that is secondary to surgery, parotid gland infection or facial trauma. Clinical cases: Three children between 4 and two and a half years of age: two girls and one boy. They had self-limiting unilateral erythematous facial macules that reached the external ear, without rash, itching, angioedema and gastrointestinal or respiratory symptoms; its onset was associated with the consumption of acid and some sweet foods. Symptom reproduction of was observed in the path of the auriculotemporal nerve. Their histories included cesarean section delivery owing to cephalopelvic disproportion case 1 , birth by operative vaginal delivery with forceps case 2 and cesarean delivery owing to preeclampsia case 3.
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Toggle navigation. LAD Chapter. From Related Chapters. Page Contents Evaluation Confirm that patient is in Active Phase of Labor Cervix at least 6 cm dilated and Regular contractions Confirm cervical dilatation No anterior lip if "complete" Check Cervix q hours if membranes intact Assess for fetal malposition e.
Occiput Posterior Confirm Fetal Presentation Digital cervical exam Consider Ultrasound if unsure of Fetal Presentation Empty Bladder consider catheterization Evaluate maternal hydration status Evaluate for adequate pushing or Powers Consider IUPC to document adequate contractions Adequate contractions: montevideo Units Cumulative contraction amplitudes for 10 minutes Consider graphing labor curve partograph. Prevention See Prevention of Labor Dystocia. Images: Related links to external sites from Bing.
Related Studies. Trip Database TrendMD. Ontology: Dystocia C Definition NCI Uterine contractions less than 3 in 10 minutes or inadequate strength that do not result in progressive cervical dilation. Ontology: Cephalopelvic Disproportion C Definition NCI After complete dilatation, failure of the fetal presenting part to descend through the pelvis. Related Topics in LAD. Obstetrics Chapters.
Obstetrics - LAD Pages. Back Links pages that link to this page. Search other sites for 'Failure to Progress'. Uterine contractions less than 3 in 10 minutes or inadequate strength that do not result in progressive cervical dilation.
Finding T Travaglio anormale , Anomalia del travaglio non specificata , Distocia. Wehen anomal , unspezifische Wehenanomalie , anomale Wehen , Dystokie. After complete dilatation, failure of the fetal presenting part to descend through the pelvis.
D , D Sproporzione cefalo-pelvica , Sproporzione feto-pelvica , Sproporzione fetopelvica , Sproporzione cefalopelvica. Fetopelvint misforhold , Trangt bekken , Fetopelvin disproporsjon.
Overall, evidence for primary outcomes was of moderate to high quality. There was a lack of blinding in the use of PO in all trials. Fetal pulse oximetry represents a major advance in real-time monitoring of oxygenation. Low-cost devices, such as using cellphones for data analysis and display, make this technology affordable in low-resource settings. Unfortunately, to date pulse oximetry has not proven useful for fetal assessment during labour. In low-resource settings, fetal heart rate auscultation with the Pinard stethoscope or inexpensive hand-held Doptone to detect late fetal heart rate decelerations is the mainstay of fetal assessment during labour. Innovative research is needed to overcome technical limitations of fetal pulse oximetry.
Fetal intrapartum pulse oximetry for fetal assessment in labour
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