BIRTH INJURY

We have extensive experience creating effective visuals for birth injury cases. These cases involve highly complex anatomy and physiology that can be difficult to communicate. Our visual strategies bring concrete clarity to abstract concepts such as shoulder dystocia and fetal heart monitoring. Your case will benefit from the strategies we have honed alongside our attorney clients and the years of experience we have creating accurate, successful visualizations in the area of birth injury.

COMMON BIRTH INJURY CASES INCLUDE:

  • CEREBRAL PALSY
  • TIMING THE INSULT: INTRAUTERINE vs. INTRAPARTUM
  • FETAL HEART MONITORING
  • PLACENTAL ABRUPTION
  • CHORIOAMNIONITIS
  • SHOULDER DYSTOCIA
  • CESAREAN SECTION

COMMON BIRTH INJURY EXHIBITS

Anterior Shoulder Dystocia
Medical Illustration of Placental Abruption
Electronic Fetal Monitoring Normal

OTHER BIRTH INJURY EXHIBITS

Umbilical Cord Compression
Uterine Rupture
Cesarean Section Medical Illustration
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SHOULDER DYSTOCIA ANIMATION SAMPLE

GENERIC BIRTH INJURY EXHIBITS

Chorioamnionitis
Medical Illustration of Shoulder Dystocia
Medical Illustration of Shoulder Dystocia and Traction
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MEDICALLY ILLUSTRATED WEBINARS

Birth Injury Case Study Webinar

This webinar examines litigation hot topics including fetal heart monitoring, signs of fetal distress, and hypoxia during labor.  Defending against claims of mismanagement of labor and failure to deliver in a timely manner, the defense team focused on helping the jury visually navigate the categories of FHM strips, using a fetal heart monitor interactive exhibit to help the jury understand the tracings in this case.

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Shoulder Dystocia Webinar

Shoulder dystocia is the second largest category of indemnity payments in obstetrics due to its potential for causing significant and lifelong injury to the infants who experience it. This illustrated lecture shows what occurs during this complication as well as the mechanisms of infant and maternal injury. It further explores the risk factors, management, and alternative causations of this birth injury.

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BIRTH INJURY

We have extensive experience creating effective visuals for birth injury cases. These cases involve highly complex anatomy and physiology that can be difficult to communicate. Our visual strategies bring concrete clarity to abstract concepts such as shoulder dystocia and fetal heart monitoring. Your case will benefit from the strategies we have honed alongside our attorney clients and the years of experience we have creating accurate, successful visualizations in the area of birth injury.

COMMON BIRTH INJURY CASES INCLUDE:

  • CEREBRAL PALSY
  • TIMING THE INSULT: INTRAUTERINE vs. INTRAPARTUM
  • FETAL HEART MONITORING
  • PLACENTAL ABRUPTION
  • CHORIOAMNIONITIS
  • SHOULDER DYSTOCIA
  • CESAREAN SECTION

COMMON BIRTH INJURY EXHIBITS

Anterior Shoulder Dystocia
Medical Illustration of Placental Abruption
Electronic Fetal Monitoring Normal

OTHER BIRTH INJURY EXHIBITS

Umbilical Cord Compression
Uterine Rupture
Cesarean Section Medical Illustration
BROWSE OUR CASE STUDIES

SHOULDER DYSTOCIA ANIMATION SAMPLE

GENERIC BIRTH INJURY EXHIBITS

Chorioamnionitis
Medical Illustration of Shoulder Dystocia
Medical Illustration of Shoulder Dystocia and Traction
VISIT OUR GENERIC STORE

MEDICALLY ILLUSTRATED WEBINARS

Birth Injury Case Study Webinar

This webinar examines litigation hot topics including fetal heart monitoring, signs of fetal distress, and hypoxia during labor.  Defending against claims of mismanagement of labor and failure to deliver in a timely manner, the defense team focused on helping the jury visually navigate the categories of FHM strips, using a fetal heart monitor interactive exhibit to help the jury understand the tracings in this case.

REQUEST FREE WEBINAR
Shoulder Dystocia Webinar

Shoulder dystocia is the second largest category of indemnity payments in obstetrics due to its potential for causing significant and lifelong injury to the infants who experience it. This illustrated lecture shows what occurs during this complication as well as the mechanisms of infant and maternal injury. It further explores the risk factors, management, and alternative causations of this birth injury.

REQUEST FREE WEBINAR

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