Cesarean Section (C Section)

A C Section surgery starts with a low transverse incision will be made with usually the #10 or #21 blade. While making sure no major bleeding is happening, an opening in the muscle is found, and the patient’s peritoneum is opened, usually using the variety of toothed, non-toothed . . .

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3 thoughts on “Cesarean Section (C Section)

    • Diana Lei-aloha says:

      Hey Joan, all of the instruments listed above should be on your Mayo stand for a C-Section. I know, it sounds like a lot to have up there, but all of them will be used very quickly!
      Were there any specific ones you had additional questions about?

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