India's one of the leading Obstetrics centre and No.1 Obstetrics centre in Tamilnadu.
CARE & CURE & CONFIDENCE
Indira Nursing Home(INH), the brain work of Dr.P.shankar is one of the leading proctology Centers in Tamilnadu. This hospital has a benchmark in the field of Laser Proctology, Introducing the latest Innovation and advanced Surgical Procedures for Piles, Fissure, Fistula and PNS(Pilonidal Sinus) in India.
INH Ensures the excellent treatment & the latest laser facilities in proctology. Where the new invention of laser technology has been introduced over a period of 16 Years. INH has done more than 25,000 Surgeries. And is one among the largest wide speciality centre in proctology.
MILE STONES OF obstetrics AT INDIRA NURSING HOME
STATISTICS IN OBSTETRICS
Labor is a physiologic process during which the products of conception (ie, the fetus, membranes, umbilical cord, and placenta) are expelled outside of the uterus.
The onset of labor is defined as regular, painful uterine contractions resulting in progressive cervical effacement and dilatation.
STAGES OF LABOR
1) FIRST STAGE The first stage begins with regular uterine contractions and ends with complete cervical dilatation at 10 cm.
2) SECOND STAGE From the time of full dilatation of the cervix to the time the baby is delivered
3) THIRD STAGE Begins after delivery of the infant and ends with delivery of the placenta.
SIGNS OF LABOR
Occurrence of regular and sustained painful uterine contractions
Complete cervical effacement
Common complications of labor include: Failure to progress- Failure for the cervix to dilate, Fetal distress, Perinatal asphyxia, Shoulder dystocia, Excessive bleeding, Malposition, Cephalopelvic disproportion (CPD)
Instrumental delivery includes - forceps delivery and suction cup delivery
FORCEPS DELIVERY When there is difficulty in waiting for a normal vaginal delivery, instruments can be used to help the mother deliver the baby
CAESAREAN SECTION A caesarean section — more commonly known as C-section — is the surgical delivery of a baby. It involves one incision in the mother’s abdomen and another in the uterus.
INDICATIONS: 1) Baby’s head is too big for the birth canal
2) The baby is coming out feet first (breech )
3) High blood pressure or unstable heart disease
4) Previous C-section delivery
5) Problems with the placenta, such as placental abruption or placenta previa
6) Reduced oxygen supply to the baby
7) The baby is coming out shoulder first (transverse labor)
RISK OF C-SECTION: 1) Bleeding
2) Breathing problems for the child, especially if done before 39 weeks of pregnancy
4) Injury to the child during surgery
5) Longer recovery time compared with vaginal birth
6) Surgical injury to other organs
ANAESTHESIA: 1) Spinal Anaesthesia
2) Epidural anaesthesia
3) General anesthesia in emergency situations