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Kiwi like you never imagined

Since the climbing rate of Caesarian Sections, the use of instrumental delivery has decreased. Now, surgeons are using new techniques to use vacuum assisted deliveries and one of the most popular suctions is the Kiwi hand pump. As the name implies, the hand pump does not require any external machines to produce that suction, and with a simple hand action the pump also acts as the handle for traction. Without going into great details, this contraption can be used vaginally as well as for C Sections and the adjustable cup means that unlike the ventouse, it can be slid further down and assistance given further down. i've seen a 10lbs 45oz baby delivered vaginally with the Kiwi. [equipbug]

If you have a strong stomach, you can see the video of a C Section with the Kiwi in ACTION:

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photos courtesy of http://www.clinicalinnovations.com
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6:29 PM

is the cup soft? it seems less traumatic than ventouse    



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