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  • Vaginal Birth After Cesarean Section: What Are the Risks?

    A vaginal birth after a Cesarean section (VBAC) is a viable and safe option for many women, offering a chance for a natural birth experience and a swifter recovery. However, VBAC is not without risks, and the thin line between a successful VBAC and an adverse outcome can be influenced by various fac … Read more »

  • Can Meningitis Cause Cerebral Palsy?

    Cerebral palsy is a collective term for a variety of neurological disorders that affect muscle coordination and body movement. Factors such as genetic mutations, fetal stroke, and lack of oxygen during birth have been traditionally cited as primary causes.  However, postnatal causes, including infec … Read more »

  • What Is Uterine Rupture?

    Uterine rupture is a severe complication during childbirth where the uterus tears, which can be life-threatening for both mother and child. While some cases occur unavoidably, others are the result of medical negligence, which requires careful scrutiny and accountability. This article explores the c … Read more »

  • What Is Fetal Heart Rate Monitoring?

    Fetal heart rate monitoring is a crucial aspect of prenatal care, especially during labour and delivery. This technique enables timely interventions that can prevent complications and promote the health of both mother and baby. By ensuring the accurate interpretation and response to the data it prov … Read more »

  • Understanding Limitation Periods for Medical Malpractice Claims

    Medical malpractice is a serious concern that involves a breach of duty by medical professionals, leading to harm or injury to a patient. In Canada, victims of medical malpractice must adhere to specific time frames, known as limitation periods, within which they can legally file a lawsuit against h … Read more »