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Mechanism of Labour in Occipito-posterior position – In Hindi | Nursing Lecture

Malposition is referring to any position of the vertex other than a flexed Occipito-anterior position.

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Mechanism of Labour in Breech Presentation in Hindi | Malpresentation | Nursing Lecture

Breech presentation is a common malpresentation in which podalic pole lies over the inlet.

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Face Presentation in Hindi | Practical Explanation of Malpresentation | Nursing Lecture

Face Presentation is one of the rare variety on the cephalic presentation. It is more common in multiparae.

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Female Pelvis in Hindi | Practical Explanation | Nursing Lecture

The female pelvis forms a bony canal through which the fetus must pass during birth. It has a brim, a cavity or an outlet.

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Fetal Skull in Hindi | Practical Explanation | Nursing Lecture

Fetal Skull contains a delicate brain, that is large in relation to the fetal body & in comparison with the mother’s pelvis & adaptation must take place during labour.

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Female Pelvis in Hindi | Practical Explanation | Nursing Lecture

The female pelvis forms a bony canal through which the fetus must pass during birth. It has a brim, a cavity or an outlet.

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Cranial Bones in Hindi | Skull | Skeletal System | Nursing Lecture

The Skull is the part of the axial skeleton, forms the bony framework of the head and rests on the superior end of the vertebral column, consisting of 22 bones.

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Facial Bones in Hindi | Skull Bones | Skeletal System | Nursing Lecture

The Face is the part of the skull, consisting of 14 bones – Nasal bones, maxillae, zygomatic bones, mandible, lacrimal bones, palatine bones, inferior nasal conchae, and the vomer.

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Bones and Arches of the Foot In Hindi | Lower Limb | Skeletal System | Nursing lecture

The foot consisting of 26 bones, 7 Tarsals, 5 Metatarsals, and 14 Phalanges, these are arranged in 3 arches.

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Bones of Hand in Hindi | Upper Limb | Skeletal System | Nursing Lecture

here are the 8 Carpals, 5 Metacarpals and 14 phalanges in each hand. In this 3D animated Hindi version video, You will get the detail about these bones.

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Tibia and Fibula in Hindi | Lower Limb | Skeletal System | Nursing Lecture

Tibia and fibula are the leg bones that form the part of a lower limb. Tibia is located medially, is larger, and the fibula is small, in the lateral of the leg.

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Femur in Hindi | Lower Limb | Skeletal System | Nursing Lecture

The femur or thigh bone is the longest, heaviest, and strongest bone in the body is the part of each lower limb.

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Bones of forearm – Radius and Ulna in Hindi | Skeletal System | Nursing lecture

The forearm bone, the ulna is located on the medial aspect and is longer than the radius, the radius is a smaller bone, located on the lateral aspect.

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Humerus in Hindi | Upper Limb | Skeletal System | Nursing Lecture

The humerus is the longest and largest bone of the upper limb and is the part of the appendicular skeletal system.

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Thorax in Hindi | The Skeletal System | Nursing Lecture

The Thorax is the chest region and the thoracic cage is formed by the sternum, ribs and their costal cartilages and the bodies of the thoracic vertebrae.

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Pectoral girdle in Hindi | Shoulder girdle | Skeletal System | Nursing Lecture

The body has two pectoral or shoulder girdles that attach the bones of the upper limbs to the axial skeleton.

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Introduction to Skeletal System In Hindi | Nursing Lecture

The skeletal system forms the framework of our body & there is a total of 206 bones in adults that are paired or unpaired.

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