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They totally need to make the baby's heartrate drop randomly when pitocin is used (the pitocin button is pushed?) and to come out with low heart rates when they use an epidural. The woman robot should get 4th degree tears when an episiotomy is done. She should have a screaming "OW!" sound if they do a VE during a contraction.

Only possible use for this would be to demonstrate emergency situations. For normal births they'd save a lot of money by just having people watch homebirth videos.
 

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As Noelle's heart rate increased, a nurse examined her under the sheets. An umbilical cord was visible - not a good thing. Immediately, the nurse called a "code 777." Several more medical personnel burst into the room and wheeled Noelle off to the operating room where she gave regular birth to twins after a frenzied 20-minute operation.
Regular birth? I assume by operation they mean C-section. How the hell is that considered REGULAR birth?

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She can labor for hours and produce a breach baby or unexpectedly give birth in a matter of minutes.
I can't believe a word of this article after this. Any author that can't even spell breech right cannot be trusted to properly research his article.
 
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