Quiz: Operative Vaginal Delivery
Question 1 of 3  

In order to facilitate delivery, operative vaginal delivery involves application of forceps or a vacuum extractor to the fetal head to assist during the 2nd stage of labor. Which of the following is NOT considered an indication for operative vaginal delivery?

  • A.

    In nulliparous women, lack of continuing progress for 2 hours with a regional anesthetic 

  • B.

    Maternal cardiac dysfunction that contraindicates pushing

  • C.

    Maternal exhaustion

  • D.

    Suspicion of fetal compromise

Am I correct?