In this global service, the provider provides all of the antepartum care, admission to the hospital for delivery, intensive labor management, including fetal monitoring, use of low forceps, and episiotomy, vaginal delivery of the fetus and placenta, and inpatient and outpatient postpartum care. The patient has had a previous cesarean delivery but was able to deliver vaginally at this delivery. Typical global services begin at eight to ten weeks gestation, with a full term vaginal delivery at thirty–nine to forty weeks gestation, and routine outpatient postpartum care at six weeks following delivery.
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