The best animations of pregnancy and childbirth

The best animations of pregnancy and childbirth

Would you like to see a video of a complete birth of a baby, from different perspectives, without screaming or blood? Browsing the Internet, I found, through YouTube, the website of a company dedicated to creating and editing illustrations and animations on a medical theme. Among all the videos that Nucleus Medical Media exhibits, I found several curious animations in which you can see the entire process of a natural birth, in 3D.

In the animation of a natural or vaginal delivery you can see the sequence of the crowning of the baby before birth. From the contractions, you can see the twists, rotations and extensions that the baby makes in its descent through the birth canal towards the opening of the maternal pelvis, in a smooth and natural way. It is also possible to observe, with image details, the dilation of the mother's cervix or cervix when the baby's body slides through it, as well as the reduction of the cervix during contractions that announce birth. The images of natural childbirth are made from different perspectives.

In the animation of a cesarean delivery, especially indicated for multiple pregnancies and in cases of women who have tumors in the uterus, herpes or another genital infection, it can be observed how the obstetrician and gynecologist makes an incision in the abdominal wall and the woman's uterus in order to give birth to the baby. The animation also includes information on procedures to have after your cesarean section, such as staying 3 to 5 days in the hospital and waiting 6 to 8 weeks for a full recovery. All the animation content created by this company is used as educational material for the patient about pregnancy, childbirth, maternal health and reproduction in general, as well as for medical professionals, which makes this company bring together some of the best medical illustrators in the world. Vilma Medina. Editor of our site

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Video: Patient Education Animation: Labor and Vaginal Birth (October 2021).