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Transparent curtain allows mothers to attend cesarean delivery

Transparent curtain allows mothers to attend cesarean delivery

The birth of the baby is a long-awaited and unexplained moment for all moms. Many people like to record this day with photos and videos, but it will never be the same as the feeling of living it.

Although not recommended by doctors, cesarean delivery is necessary in some cases, but due to the fact have a curtain covering the surgery site, they have no idea what's going on. Therefore, mothers can not see the baby coming out of the belly during a caesarean section.

This technique is able to make this moment even more special for mothers. At this moment, even more special, some hospitals offer a transparent curtain for the mothers who choose cesarean delivery, so the area of ​​the surgery continues to protect, but allows the woman to watch the procedure. In the United States, hospitals such as Crestwood and UT Southwestern Medical Center have been offering this option for a number of years.

If you were concerned just thinking about seeing blood and your body opened by surgery, it calms doctors to think of everything and You can not see the cut. Check out below the video that shows the mother's vision during the cesarean section with the transparent curtain:

Transparent curtain allows mothers to attend cesarean section


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