High Fidelity training leads to success in Obstetric Emergencies.

Shoulder dystocia occurs in 1 in 20-30 term vaginal deliveries and is often unpredictable (Gurewitsch, 2018). “According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, shoulder dystocia is defined as the inability for clinicians to complete the delivery of the fetus with gentle downward traction after the emergence of the head.” (Rayburn, 2017). Unlike other … Read more