When the Luikart-Simpson or Tucker-McLane forceps come into play with double application, the impacted, molded vertex presentation with left occiput posterior (LOP) or right occiput posterior variety make a cesarean of secondary importance.
What does OP stand for?
OP stands for Occiput Posterior (fetal position)
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We have 29 other meanings of OP in our Acronym Attic
- Oil Ocean Zone (Sonic 2 level)
- Openbaar Onderwijs Zwolle (Dutch: Public Education Zwolle; Zwolle, Netherlands)
- Out of Zion (religious group)
- Out of Zone (emergency evacuation; school enrollment)
- Oldenburger Online Zeitschriften Bibliothek (German: Oldenburger Journals Online Library; online university library)
- Object Oriented Z Environment
- Dominican Sisters of Divine Providence (religious order)
- Oak Park (Illinois)
- Observation Point
- Observation Post
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Mystic II M-Style system features a single-use device specifically designed for occiput posterior (OP) and other presentations requiring a higher pull force, features a malleable mushroom-shaped cup that is inserted vaginally and placed on the baby's head.
For as long as I have been involved in birth, the link between back pain in labor and a baby in an occiput posterior (OP) position has been assumed.
Right occiput posterior is the normal presentation at the pelvic inlet.
Laboring mothers who have an epidural increase the chances by fourfold that their baby will be born in an occiput posterior (OP) position.
Occiput posterior fetal head position during a vacuum delivery incrementally increases the risk of anal sphincter injury above the risk imposed by the vacuum alone, Jennifer Wu, M.
In his study of 203 cases of adverse outcomes associated with VAD and 194 control VADs, there were marked differences in maternal, fetal, obstetric, and neonatal characteristics, Compared with controls, the cases had significantly larger fetuses, longer labors, and a higher incidence of occiput posterior position.
What about asynclitism, occiput posterior and face presentations, and deliveries requiring rotation?