The Bishop Score also known as Pelvic Score is the most commonly used method to rate the readiness of the Find Bishop for induction of labor. The Bishop Score gives points to 5 measurements of the pelvic examination dilation, effacement of the cervix, station of the fetus, consistency of the cervix, Find Bishop position of the cervix. If the Bishop score is 8 or greater the chances of having a vaginal delivery are good and the cervix Find Bishop said to be f avorable or "ripe" for induction.
Dilatation is the distance the cervix is opened measured in centimeters cm. For reference a penny is about 2 cm across. Image credit: National Institutes of Health Station is the position of the baby's head relative to Find Bishop bony projections of the Find Bishop pelvis called the ischial spines.Woman That Knows P D Warwick
Stations divides the pelvis above Boshop below the ischial spines into 3rds Negative numbers indicate that Find Bishop head is above the ischial spines. Positive numbers indicate its head is below the ischial spines.Woman Want Sex Tonight Ben Avon Heights
The texture of the cervix on examination. The cervix feels hard and rubbery.
The cervix feels compressible but not soft Soft: The cervix feels mushy. The position of the cervix relative to Find Bishop fetal head and maternal pelvis Reviewed by Mark Curran, M.Looking For A Cut Above
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Xenakis EM, et al. Dilation cm. Station Bisshop is the position of Find Bishop baby's head relative to the bony projections of the lower pelvis called the ischial spines.
Position The position of the cervix relative to the fetal head and maternal pelvis.