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If we have to deliver a baby in the emergency department, we hope that everything runs smoothly. Sometimes, we get the unlucky ticket and there is a complication like shoulder discotica or cord prolapse. Does this bring up any feelings of anxiety? Chris Doty empathizes and is here to walk you through management of perinatal disasters.