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 What is Leopold's maneuver?

Answer Answer This is a technique used by a healthcare provider to determine the baby's position in the womb - both facing (up or down) and lie (to the left or right).
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What are the 4 steps of Leopold's maneuver?

The maneuvers consist of four distinct actions, each helping to determine the position of the fetus. The maneuvers are important because they help determine the position and presentation of the fet... Read More »
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What is the valve salva maneuver?

The Valsalva Maneuver is the part of CPR (Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation) in which you pinch the victim's nose closed, tilt the head back and blow two breaths into the victim's mouth. This is to m... Read More »
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What is another name for the Heimlich maneuver?

Some sources refer to the maneuver generically as "abdominal thrusts."
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Leopold's maneUver 1?

the first Leopold's maneuver is FUNDAL GRIP
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