Routine use of ergometrine in the third stage of labour.
- Nixon, William C. W. 1903-1966.
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Demonstrates the use of intramuscular injections of ergometrine to expedite delivery once the head of the child has appeared, as advocated by Professor Nixon. Following the injection, contraction of the uterus begins, the placenta is expelled and the third stage of labour is completed with minimal delay and blood loss.
London : Wellcome Foundation Film Unit, 1958.
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Wellcome Foundation Film Unit with Professor W.C. Nixon (Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, University of London).