A procedure used as an alternative to forceps when a baby is stuck in the birth canal during delivery. A plastic cup is applied to the baby's head, and with gentle suction the baby is eased out of the birth canal.
an alternative to forceps delivery, and your physician will decide which is more appropriate for your circumstances
Delivery accomplished by the obstetrical vacuum.
A suction device used to extract babies from the vaginal canal.
The use of suction to help guide the babyâ€™s head out of the birth canal
A technique used to facilitate childbirth using a suction device to help move the baby through the birth canal.
procedure used to ease delivery by applying a metal or plastic cup to the baby's scalp and using suction to pull the baby gradually out of the vagina.
Used instead of forceps to help deliver a baby, vacuum extraction involves attaching a suction cup to the baby's head and then gently pulling to help ease the baby down the birth canal.
A type of remediation process that removes the majority of contaminants through the use of one or more suction wells, or a series of air injection and suction wells. The method is typically less disruptive than soil excavation and may be less expensive than other techniques involving excavation.
See Ventouse delivery.
Vacuum extraction involves attaching a suction cup instrument against the baby's head, creating suction with a pump and gently pulling to help ease the baby down the birth canal. The vacuum extractor is sometimes used instead of forceps. The force of the suction may cause a bruise on the newborn's head.
Vacuum extraction (VE) is the use of a vacuum extractor during childbirth. Vacuum extraction is sometimes used when there is no progression during the second stage of labor. VE is an alternative to forceps extraction and caesarean section.