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Atención en la distocia de hombros
Carmen Teresa Maján Sesmero, Yolanda Piñero Sánchez, Ana Vanessa Gil Aguilar

Hospital Santa Bárbara. Puertollano (Ciudad Real), España

Rev Paraninfo digital, 2015: 22

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Maján Sesmero, Carmen Teresa; Piñero Sánchez, Yolanda; Gil Aguilar, Ana Vanessa.
Atención en la distocia de hombros. Rev Paraninfo Digital, 2015; 22. Disponible en: <https://www.index-f.com/para/n22/440.php> Consultado el

La distocia de hombros es una emergencia obstétrica en la que el diámetro biacromial del feto es excesivamente grande para atravesar los diámetros del estrecho superior de la pelvis materna, el hombro anterior choca contra el pubis y queda detenido en su avance por el canal del parto tras la salida de la cabeza. Las maniobras habituales de extracción de los hombros son ineficaces. Hay intentos de definir la distocia sobre un límite de tiempo en que se deben de desprender los hombros tras la expulsión de la cabeza (normal < 1 minuto), pero este intervalo se relaciona mejor con las secuelas que [seguir leyendo].


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