According to researchers, the rise of cesarean sections in recent years may be contributing to an even bigger gap between the size of newborns and their mothers’ pelvises. The researchers estimate that the regular use of C-sections has led to a 10 – 20 percent increase in the gap between female pelvis width and babies’ size.
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The Miscarriage Association of Ireland is hosting a free event on the 15th of October 2016. Check out their webpage for more information. http://www.miscarriage.ie/oldnews.html
At The Ultrasound Suite we offer the Gender Determination Pregnancy Scan from 16 weeks of pregnancy.
Many expectant parents are incredibly excited to find out the sex of their precious bundle and we totally understand this. We feel that it is of utmost importance to provide you with a fetal wellbeing scan along with telling you the gender of your unborn baby, especially if you are still waiting on your scan appointment from the hospital.
This scan can confirm that baby is in the right place in the uterus, make sure that the heart is beating at the correct rate […]
Dublin hospitals agree over mediator
St Vincent’s hospital and the National Maternity Hospital (NMH) have agreed to the appointment of a high-profile mediator to lead a final effort at resolving their row over governance structures.
The decision by the two Dublin hospitals to resume talks under a mediator, follows separate meetings with new Minister for Health Simon Harris, who had urged an early return to the negotiating table.
Chairman of the Labour Relations Commission Kieran Mulvey is one of a number of prominent figures being considered for the role of mediator, but no one has been […]