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1. You performed forceps delivery in one of the labour ward rooms for prolonged second
stage of labour and maternal exhaustion. You have diagnosed shoulder dystocia, delivered
the baby in good condition with simple maneuvers. Later during the parent debriefing, you
were asked about the risk of recurrence in the future. What is her risk of shoulder dystocia in
2. You have just performed a trial of forceps in theatre and diagnosed shoulder dystocia. She has an effective epidural and had episiotomy at forceps delivery. Your team arrived for help; McRoberts manoeuvre and suprapubic pressure were not successful. What is the most appropriate next manoeuvre in this scenario?CorrectIncorrect
3. Mrs X, primigravida at term is in second stage of labour. After delivery of the fatal head,shoulder dystocia was diagnosed and the McRoberts manoeuvre has noT effected thedelivery of the shoulders, which is the next method to be used:CorrectIncorrect
4. Elective caesarean section is best recommended to prevent morbidity from shoulder dystocia in which of the following clinical situations:CorrectIncorrect
5 Regarding shoulder dystocia, which of the following statements is true?CorrectIncorrect