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What Is Fetal Distress During Labor And Delivery?

What Is Fetal Distress During Labor And Delivery?

https://youtu.be/s8tAStgiZyQ As you are nearing the end of the 9-month journey, you may want to prepare yourself for the potential “what ifs” that could occur during your labor and delivery. Although you cannot prepare for the unknown you can still have a general...

Admission To The Birthing Unit

Admission To The Birthing Unit

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tRSUB26bND0&feature=youtu.be In today’s voice chat we will discuss admission to the birthing unit and some of the areas of review from the labor and delivery nurse. Please remember that this information is general in nature and is...

Understanding HIE And Future Challenges

Understanding HIE And Future Challenges

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p5i2blKiE4Q&feature=youtu.be Understanding HIE, or hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy in this context is a medical condition that can be unknown to many parents until they are faced with the diagnosis. It is a type of brain injury that...

Your Baby Has These Symptoms But No Diagnosis What Can You Do?

Your Baby Has These Symptoms But No Diagnosis What Can You Do?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZfSpWROb-KY&feature=youtu.be Your baby has these symptoms, but no diagnosis. What should you do? You may recall that there were issues during your labor and delivery. Your baby may have been blue in color when he or she first...

Midwife Delivery Some Pros & Cons

Midwife Delivery Some Pros & Cons

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZVWV4bXT4B8&feature=youtu.be Entertainer, Teyana Taylor is pregnant with baby number 2. She has chosen another entertainer, Erykah Badu to be her midwife for a midwife delivery. Erykah Badu has been a doula for several years and...

WHAT DOES THE UMBILICAL CORD DO?

WHAT DOES THE UMBILICAL CORD DO?

Hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy (HIE) is a leading cause of neonatal death and long-term disability. HIE occurs when the brain does not get a sufficient supply of blood or oxygen. A hypoxic event can occur before or during labor. Some people may ask what is the...

Birth Oxygen Deprivation Clues Following A Traumatic Brain Injury

Birth Oxygen Deprivation Clues Following A Traumatic Brain Injury

A few of the main questions that can be on the minds of families who have been told that their child has suffered a traumatic brain injury at birth is initially, will their baby be ok, and secondly, how did this happen, or what caused this? For many parents, an HIE,...

Shoulder Dystocia And Compressed Umbilical Cord With HIE

Shoulder Dystocia And Compressed Umbilical Cord With HIE

Some families can become confused when they learn of their baby’s HIE, or hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy diagnosis. Couple this with shoulder dystocia and compressed umbilical cord with HIE, families must take in a lot of information when these issues are present....

Should Pregnant Women Worry About Covid 19, The Coronavirus?

Should Pregnant Women Worry About Covid 19, The Coronavirus?

Should pregnant women worry about Covid 19, the Coronavirus? It depends. Recently a small study was conducted on 16 pregnant women. Fifteen of the babies were delivered in the 3rd trimester. One mother had a miscarriage during the second trimester. The mother who...

Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy And Placental Abruption

Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy And Placental Abruption

A question that is sometimes asked is what caused my baby’s hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy, or HIE, diagnosis? The truth of the matter is that there can be many causes of HIE. From genetic issues, to developmental issues, to birth trauma, HIE is a condition that can...

Why We Care

The HIE Resource Place is a website owned and operated by Boston Law Group, LLC. We are birth trauma legal professionals who help families gain an understanding into the world of HIE. This website is a continuation of our mission (more than 200k views on our YouTube educational video channel) to provide families with an avenue to learn more about their baby’s HIE condition from a medical legal standpoint.

It has been our experience that for many families, when a baby is diagnosed with HIE, there are many questions. From how did the HIE diagnosis occur, to what do we do now, families can experience fear and isolation due to “not knowing what’s next.”

Please use this website to expand your understanding of HIE from a medical legal standpoint and do not hesitate to contact us regarding your questions. If you are wondering, you only pay our legal fees if we win for you and your family. We can be reached for a free discussion and talk about your baby’s story at 1-833-4HIEHELP or 1-833-444-3435.