A common birth defect, the presentation of such a case requires the explanation of the dynamics of the injury as well as an understanding of the anatomy involved. This can be done through a variety of media, including video, three-dimensional models and color illustrations of the birth process and the anatomy of the brachial plexus.
The hot item on the list is the birth injury animation video. In one tape you will see demonstrations of normal delivery, shoulder dystocia, McRobert's maneuver, suprapubic pressure, clavicle fracture, oxygen supply to the baby, and Wood's screw maneuver and more. Call us to receive a sample tape for review.
We also stock a large inventory of 30x40 mounted illustrations from several artists that can be used as a testimony aid during the trial. Some of the illustrations are available for sale only, and many are in our rental inventory for your convenience.
Anatomical models are good support exhibits for any of the above. We have a baby/pelvis model that allows for demonstration of varying delivery positions. The baby can be "delivered" through the pelvic opening and rotated as needed. The arms are flexible for additional variety in presentation.