Why would you want CSafe used? ...
IN THE NEWS
A new device could prevent more than 3,500 babies a year from suffering wounds when they are born by caesarean section ...
At a documented risk of 1.5 – 3.0%, this translates to up to 45,000 newborns that experience some level of laceration injury related to the c-section surgical procedure…
Reduces the risk of nicks or cuts to fetus
during cesarean section procedures
No exposed blade facing the fetus
Specially designed tip offering further protection during the incision process
Designed to cut up and away from fetus
Safety features for physicians and surgical team
Design produces cleaner cuts promoting better healing
C SAFE Animation
Please view our animated video for proper technique on the use of C SAFE to puncture then enter a labored or non-labored uterus.
Editor Dr. JAMES A. GREENBERG, MD Brigham and Woman’s Hospital, Faulkner Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA...
Dr. Hector Chapa
Introducing C SAFE: Making Cesarean Sections a Bit More Baby Friendly ...
These videos share in-use footage on the use of
C SAFE to perform a hysterotomy.
Featured News Story: CBS TV Boston
New Device Could Stop Fetal Lacerations During C-Sections
Featured News Story: CBS TV New York
Dr. Max Gomez: Fetal Lacerations