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2nd Stage of Labor


Stages of labor - physiology

What is labor? Labor describes the hard work involved in delivering a baby, which starts with uterine contractions and ends with the delivery of the placenta.

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Second stage of Labour

Second stage of Labour

Stages of Labor: Stages 1, 2 & 3 of Normal Labor – Obstetrics | Lecturio

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- Overview: stages of normal labor
- Stage 1: Normal labor
- Stage 1: Normal labor - cervical exams
- Cervical Dilation
- Effacement
- Station
- Stage 2: Normal labor
- Cardinal movements of labor
- Stage 3

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Protect your Perineum for Birth - Understanding 2nd Stage of Labor with Chantal Traub

Giving birth may be one of the most significant events of any woman's life, and it may also bring up a lot of anxiety and fear, especially around pushing and the possibility of tearing. Whether a natural, physiological birth or an epidural birth is planned; developing body awareness, understanding the relationship between the baby and the pelvis and the role of the pelvic floor ahead of time is essential. Join doula Chantal Traub as she explores how to prepare the perineum prenatally, optimal pushing positions and risk factors for perineum injury.

2nd stage of labour lecture in hindi | डिलीवरी की दूसरी अवस्था | Events of labour

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Pain Management Series: Effects of Epidurals on the Second Stage of Labor

This video is all about the effects of epidurals on the second stage of labor, or the pushing phase. We will look at the research to see if epidurals lengthen the second stage or make no difference. The findings from a new study in China may surprise you!

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Physiology of 2nd stage of Labor-Clinical Course of Second Stage-part 1

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Physiology of 2nd stage of Labor Clinical Course of Second Stage_Descent of the foetus head_part 3

Physiology of 2nd stage of Labor Clinical Course of Second Stage Descent of the foetus head part 3

Positions For Second Stage Of Labor

Positions for second stage of Labor The 2nd Stage Of Labor
The birth of your child is a special and unique experience. No two deliveries are alike, and there is no way to predict with total accuracy how your delivery will go. However, we can predict the stages you will go through during labor and childbirth and what you can generally expect.

Stages of Labor Nursing OB for Nursing Students | Stages of Labour NCLEX Explained Video Lecture

Stages of labor nursing OB review for nursing students who are studying for the NCLEX exam and maternity nursing lecture exams. This lecture explains the various stages of labour. There are four stages of labor and they include Stage 1, Stage 2, Stage 3, and Stage 4. In nursing school, you must know that the Stage 1 of Labor has three phases. These phases are the Latent (early labor), Active, and Transition phases. Stage 1 of labor will be where the cervix will dilate (open) from 0 to 10 cm and will have hundred percent effacement (thinning). During the Latent phase of Stage 1, the cervix will dilate 1-4 cm, contractions will occur every 5 to 30 minutes and be 30-45 seconds in length. During the active phase of stage 1, the cervix will dilate to 4 to 7 cm and thin (dilation will be 1 cm per hour), and contractions will be noticeably stronger and longer (45 to 60 seconds) every 3 to 5 minutes. The next phase, which is the transition phase, will be the shortest but most intense in regards to the strength and duration of contractions. During the transition phase, the cervix dilates from 8 to 10 cm and thins completely. This phase will lead to Stage 2 of Labor. Stage 2 of labor begins when the cervix has fully dilated and ends when the baby is fully delivered. Stage 3 of labor begins when the baby is fully delivered and ends when the placenta is delivered. Stage 4 of Labor is the first 1-4 hours after the delivery of the placenta and is the time when the mother is at most risk for hemorrhage, infection, and other problems.

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Events in the First stage of Labour | Physiology in 1st stage of Normal Labour | Nursing Lecture

Physiological events in the first stage of Labour is explained here, where the 2 events that are -

1.Dilatation and Effacement of the cervix
Responsible Factors for dilatation are-
- Uterine contractions (Polarity of the uterus)
- Bag of Forewater
- Fetal axis pressure

2. Formation of the lower uterine segment
The upper active segment becomes thicker and the progressive thinning of the lower segment.

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2nd Stage of Labour in Hindi (हिंदी) | Physiological Events & Clinical Findings | Nursing Lecture

2nd stage of Labour starts with full dilatation of the cervix and ends with the expulsion of the fetus, in this video physiological events and how clinically we can find out the progress of Labour in the 2nd stage of labour is explained here in Hindi.

There are 2 forces-
1. Propulsive force
2. Expulsive / Bearing down efforts

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Management of the 2nd Stage of labour in Hindi (हिंदी) | Normal Labour | Nursing Lecture

How to Manage the 2nd stage of labour?
In this video, the management of the 2nd stage of labour is explained in Hindi.

This stage begins with the full dilatation of the cervix and ends with the expulsion of the fetus.

Principle - Slow & Steadily assist the whole process, to prevent perineal injuries.

Preparation for Delivery-
- Woman should be in bed.
- Monitor FHR every 5 min.
- PV examination to rule out cord prolapse, the descent of head, and dilatation of the cervix.
- Catheterize the mother.
- Position the mother, commonly Lithotomy, Dorsal with 15 degree left lateral tilt.

Phases of the Delivery
- Delivery of Head
- Delivery of the Shoulders
- Delivery of the Trunk

- Maintain flexion in the head by Ritgen's maneuver to release the suboccipitofrontal diameter through the introitus.
- On crowning with thin buldge perineum perform the episiotomy.
- Clamp & cut the cord 6-8 c.m. away from the abdominal wall and leaving 3-4 c.m. of cord from the abdominal wall.
- Ligate the cord by maintaining the aseptic technique.
- Check APGAR at 1 or 5 min of birth.

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Immediate vs Delayed Pushing During Second Stage of Labor

This video summarizes a randomized clinical trial comparing immediate vs delayed pushing in nulliparous women at or beyond 37 weeks’ gestation admitted for spontaneous or induced labor with neuraxial analgesia and assesses rates of spontaneous vaginal delivery and maternal and neonatal morbidities. Read the article here:

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