Ventouse

Ven'touse noun [ French] A cupping glass. [ Obsolete] Chaucer.
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Ventouse

Ven'touse transitive verb & i. To cup; to use a cupping glass. [ Obsolete] [ Written also ventuse .] Chaucer.
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Ventouse

• (v. t. & i.) To cup; to use a cupping glass. • (n.) A cupping glass.
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Ventouse

A plastic or metal vacuum cup that is placed over the baby`s head to assist in a vaginal delivery.
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Ventouse

A suction cup attached to the baby's head to pull him gently into the birth canal.
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Ventouse

Ventouse is a vacuum device used to assist the delivery of a baby when the second stage of labour has not progressed adequately. It is an alternative to a forceps delivery and caesarean section. It cannot be used when the baby is in the breech position or for premature births. This technique is also called vacuum-assisted vaginal delivery or vacuu...
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Ventouse

Vacuum extractions. Sometimes used to help the baby out.
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Ventouse

This is the name given to a method of vacuum extraction to help the baby be born at the end of the labour, either if the mother is very tired or if the baby has become distressed.
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