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What is a mixed delivery?

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Dr. R. Wayne Inzer
Obstetrics & Gynecology
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In brief: Vaginal with a C/S

A twin pregnancy may result in first baby being born vaginally, while twin b requires a c/section.

In brief: Vaginal with a C/S

A twin pregnancy may result in first baby being born vaginally, while twin b requires a c/section.
Dr. R. Wayne Inzer
Dr. R. Wayne Inzer
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Dr. Paul Neumann
Gynecology

In brief: Public and private

In healthcare, a mixed delivery system is one that includes both public and private hospitals.
Private for efficiency. Public for the common good. If your referring to childbirth, i'm not aware of this term. Although there are twin deliveries in which both a vaginal delivery and a c-section have occurred. This might reasonably be called a mixed delivery.

In brief: Public and private

In healthcare, a mixed delivery system is one that includes both public and private hospitals.
Private for efficiency. Public for the common good. If your referring to childbirth, i'm not aware of this term. Although there are twin deliveries in which both a vaginal delivery and a c-section have occurred. This might reasonably be called a mixed delivery.
Dr. Paul Neumann
Dr. Paul Neumann
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