Episiotomy Suturing Pad Without Incisions

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Model Number: MM3989533

Brand: Niche Healthcare

 

Made of food-grade silicone, the cutting module can be customized. The position, length and depth of the customized incision are flexible for operation and training. The base has a suction cup anti-slip design and tilt angle design. The silicone module is detachable.

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Made of food-grade silicone, the cutting module can be customized. The position, length and depth of the customized incision are flexible for operation and training. The base has a suction cup anti-slip design and tilt angle design. The silicone module is detachable.

 

An episiotomy is a surgical incision made in the perineum, the tissue between the vaginal opening and the anus, during childbirth. The procedure is performed to enlarge the vaginal opening to facilitate the delivery of the baby. Here’s a detailed overview of episiotomy:

Purpose of Episiotomy

Facilitate Delivery:

To make the vaginal opening larger and allow more space for the baby to pass through during childbirth.

Prevent Severe Tearing:

To potentially prevent severe, irregular tearing of the perineum and surrounding tissues.

Complicated Deliveries:

In cases of complicated or difficult deliveries, such as when the baby is in distress or if forceps or vacuum extraction is needed.

Types of Episiotomy

Median (Midline) Episiotomy:

The incision is made vertically from the vaginal opening towards the anus.

  • Advantages: Easier to repair, less bleeding.
  • Disadvantages: Higher risk of extending into the anus and rectum.

Mediolateral Episiotomy:

The incision is made at an angle from the vaginal opening, away from the rectum.

  • Advantages: Lower risk of extending into the anus.
  • Disadvantages: More bleeding, harder to repair, more painful during recovery.

Indications for Episiotomy

Foetal Distress:

When the baby shows signs of distress and a quick delivery is necessary.

Instrumental Delivery:

When forceps or vacuum extraction is needed to assist the delivery.

Shoulder Dystocia:

When the baby’s shoulder gets stuck behind the mother’s pelvic bone.

Prolonged Labour:

When labour is not progressing, and there is a need to expedite delivery.

Large Baby:

When the baby is particularly large, and there are concerns about fitting through the vaginal opening.

 

How To Take Care Of Sutures.

How To Take Care Of Sutures.

 

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