Ровный таз-легкие роды без кесарева и ро Kyiv
Ровный таз-легкие роды без кесарева и родовых травм!
При родах ребенок находиться в положении вниз головой у нижней апертуры таза, и ею начинает прохождение по родовому пути. В норме в процессе родов кости таза расходятся, образуя отверстие в форме круга, что способствует легкому и быстрому прохождению головы младенца и всего его тела без каких либо препятствий.
При косом тазе его биомеханика нарушена, кости не могут разойтись в стороны и родовое отверстие искажено и имеет форму овала, в следствии чего голова младенца не может пройти через таз и застревает-отсюда весь ряд родовых осложнений:
-При сильной асимметрии костей таза необходимо делать кесарево сечение
-В менее легкой форме скрученного таза голова ребенка застревает в нем, младенца начинают вытягивать щипцами деформируя ему еще очень мягкий череп, что приводит в следствии к различным травмам, что может стать причиной ДЦП, пареза, родовой опухоли головы, кровоизлияния, нарушение зрения, травмы лицевого нерва и другие непоправимые осложнения.
Для избежания выше перечисленных осложнений необходимо делать дородовую коррекцию таза еще на этапе планирования ребенка или на первых месяцах беременности.
Автор: Алексей Ефремов
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UPDATE: Police search for male suspect after woman’s murder in Pretoria - EWN
The 42-year-old woman was stabbed to death allegedly by her lover on Saturday night.
The 42-year-old woman was stabbed to death allegedly by her lover on Saturday night. JOHANNESBURG - Gauteng police on Sunday found a mutilated body of a woman in Eersterust, Pretoria. The 42-year-old woman was stabbed to death allegedly by her lover on Saturday night. Its understood she was last seen with her boyfriend, Clayton Andrews, who had asked for transport money saying that he was going to his new job. Police said the victims sister made the grim discovery when she went to look for her, only to find the body with multiple stab wounds. Detectives are calling for Mr Clayton Andrews to report to the nearest police station so that he can assist the police with the investigation as he was the one who was last seen with the deceased, said Gauteng police spokesperson Captain Kay Makhubele. The motive for the killing was not yet known but police said they were searching for Andrews. The case added to many others that were reported this week of women who were murdered in the country. On Friday, the body of another woman was found in a veld in Dobsonville, Soweto. The victim was not identified, and police called for anyone who might have reported a missing person to go to the Doornkop police station. While on Thursday, 28-year-old Tshegofatso Pule was laid to rest days after her body was discovered hanging on a tree in Roodepoort. WATCH: 'We don't need the military when we mourn' - Tshegofatso Pule funeral In the Western Cape, a suspect was expected to appear in court after he was arrested in connection with the murder of a mother and her daughter in a house in Belhar. Laticia Kortjie (27) and her daughter Raynecia (7) went missing on Tuesday, and police found their bodies in a house in Belhar on Friday. Download the EWN app to your iOS or Android device.
Así quedó Sharon Stone tras ser alcanzada por un rayo - MUI
La actriz sufrió el accidente mientras planchaba en la cocina de su casa, quedando inconsciente tras recibir la peligrosa descarga
Sharon Stone ingresó a otra lista aún más exclusiva que la de los ganadores del Oscar o la de las actrices más atrayentes de los años noventa: la de los sobrevivientes a la caída de un rayo. La recordada protagonista del film Instinto Básico sufrió el accidente mientras planchaba en la cocina de su casa, quedando inconsciente tras recibir la peligrosa descarga. Estaba en mi casa, llenando la plancha de agua y tenía la mano en el grifo () el rayo cayó en el pozo y la electricidad circuló por el agua hasta que llegó al grifo de la cocina, describió la estrella en una entrevista en el podcast de Brett Goldstein. Mi madre lo vio todo. Yo estaba inconsciente y ella me golpeó en la cara hasta que recuperé el sentido, narró Sharon Stone, quien recordó la descarga la lanzó contra la nevera. Sharon Stone, a sus 62 años sigue activa en la carrera actoral y tiene pendiente el estreno de varios proyectos, entre ellos la serie Ratched, el drama romántico What About Love con Andy García y José Coronado, la comedia Here Today con Billy Cristal y el drama Beauty.
Defund the police? Other countries have narrowed their role and boosted other services. - The Washington Post
There are other ways to address law enforcement and social challenges. But all require political will and investment.
What would that look like? Possibly like Stockholms mental health ambulance service? Or Scotlands violence reduction unit? Switzerlands alternative sentencing approach or Finlands housing-first strategy? Much of what U.S. advocates are calling for has been tried in other countries, researchers say, offering models that the United States could consider and potentially adapt. Theres absolutely scope for the U.S. police forces to take a more integrated approach to how they serve their communities, said Megan ONeill, an expert on community policing at the University of Dundee in Scotland. She said that in most European countries, policing isnt viewed primarily from a top-down, law-enforcement perspective, but rather as part of a bigger solution to social problems. Its not: Theres a problem, send the police. Its: Theres a problem, lets work together to find a solution, she said. Policing is seen as a small part of a bigger set of actors in terms of addressing social issues. But ONeill said advocates shouldnt underestimate cost. Whats missing from current discussions is we cant just take money from policing and put it somewhere else, she said. The whole system needs to be very well-resourced; this kind of work is expensive. ... Theres an argument that savings will come later, but it will have an upfront cost. For a U.S. audience, the key message is: Fund public services, said Elizabeth Aston, director of the Scottish Institute for Policing Research. Budget cuts to psychiatric services in the United States have resulted in police taking on a greater role in dealing with the mentally ill. An estimated 10 percent of police encounters involve people affected by mental illness. A Washington Post analysis found that 25 percent of those shot and killed by police in the United States in a six-month period in 2015 were in a mental health crisis. Some communities have embraced crisis intervention teams made up of police officers who have received extra training to understand and respond to mental health crises. But newer approaches involve sending mental health professionals along with or instead of police into situations involving mental health emergencies. In Sweden, mental health professionals have been deployed since 2015 onto the streets of Stockholm without police officers. If a patient has an emergency psychiatric issue, it should really be dealt with by trained health professionals, said Andreas Carlborg, managing director of the North Stockholm Psychiatry. Stockholms mental health ambulance an emergency vehicle with two trained nurses and a driver seeks to free up police resources, to allow officers to focus on fields they are the experts in, Carlborg said. On a typical shift, the ambulance is dispatched to five or six emergencies. An academic analysis concluded that the project gave patients the impression of creating a safe environment and an open and safe place for dialogue. In 2005, Glasgow was dubbed the murder capital of Europe. Exasperated by the citys high homicide rates and its notorious booze-and-blade culture, police decided to try something new. They set up a violence reduction unit with a philosophy that violent behavior spreads from person to person; to contain it, you need to interrupt transmission and focus on prevention. Glasgow was once the murder capital of Europe. Now its a model for cutting crime. Doctors, nurses, paramedics and oral surgeons travel to schools around Scotland sharing graphic stories about patching people up after knife fights. Former offenders patrol emergency hospital wards looking for people at a reachable moment. Inspired by a youth program in Los Angeles, the police also set up cafes called Street and Arrow, which are staffed by former offenders who gain work experience and have access to on-site mentors. Glasgows homicide rates have dropped dramatically, and although its unclear how much of that decrease should be attributed to the violence reduction unit, the model has drawn interest from police forces as far away as Canada and New Zealand. With one of the worlds highest incarceration rates, the United States has faced frequent criticism from abroad over its approach to justice and the impact on reoffending rates. Some countries are looking at a different path: keeping many first-time offenders from having to go to jail at all. Switzerland restructured its justice system in 2007, after its authorities found that short prison sentences do little to deter criminals from reoffending and can even have the opposite effect. Farewell to prison, read a 2007 headline for an article in Switzerlands conservative Neue Zürcher Zeitung discussing the changes. Whereas convicted thieves were far more likely to receive a prison sentence than a fine or community service sentence in the year before the change, the opposite has been true since. Other proposals include permitting daytime work release for prisoners with short sentences, allowing them to keep their jobs. Finland is the standout example in Europe for its handle on homelessness. As a starting point, it offers homeless people a permanent, stable home. From there, the former homeless are offered access to other support services, such as help with addiction and advice on work placements. Finland is the only country in the European Union where homelessness is on the decline. Since launching its housing-first program in 2008, the number of long-term homeless has dropped by more than 42 percent. There is only one 52-bed shelter in all of Helsinki. The approach to homelessness isnt police-led, but it has helped to stop the cycle of people coming out of prison or struggling to get clean and not being able to find a home, advocates say. People in the program also get access to support, which can help reduce reoffending and substance abuse. Juha Kaakinen, one of the architects behind the idea and the head of the Y-Foundation, Finlands largest housing nonprofit, calls housing a human right. The countrys criminal policy goal is often summed up in a slogan: Good social development policy is the best criminal policy. England and Wales have 43 police forces, which are overseen by Her Majestys Inspectorate of Constabulary, an independent body that carries out inspections, writes reports and makes recommendations. Lawrence Sherman, a criminologist from the University of Cambridge, said that this oversight body can, effectively, defund the police by withholding roughly half of the police budget. The threat of that sanction, he said, helps to concentrate minds of local police chiefs. The question of how you keep a rogue department under control shouldnt have an answer that says, Get the right police chief, Sherman said. The answer should be: Have a high-level large population electorate overseeing a regulatory process that is applied impartially, without fear or favor, or local friendships. The woman behind Frances Black Lives Matter protests wants a race-blind society to acknowledge racism Winston Churchill statue is put in a protective box, as British culture wars sideline Nigel Farage and a John Cleese sitcom From guns to neck restraint: How police tactics differ around the world