It seems that advanced technology has answer of all the queries. Recently, it has been found that a device has been made, which will be quite useful in helping doctors during emergency caesareans.
The device is known as 'Desperate Debra' and the first medical institution to use the device is Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust. The doctors from the trust were of the view that 20,000 births in the UK suffer from similar problem.
It happens at the time when child’s head get stuck in mother’s pelvis. This is the most risky situation for mother and child and difficulty level gets increased at the time when skilled doctors are not there.
Professor Andrew Shennan, from the trust said, “Using Desperate Debra to help train doctors in this scenario should reduce the likelihood of serious complications for the infant and mother”.
Manufacturers of 'Desperate Debra' from Rouilly were of the view that it was not easy at all to develop the device. The device is like a simulator and consists of three things, which includes pregnant stomach, uterus and fetus.
The difficulty level of the device can be set, said Shennan. It is expected that the device will help in easing the difficult deliveries.
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