Credé's method

a technique for expelling the placenta from the uterus. With the uterus contracted, downward pressure is applied to it through the abdominal wall in the direction of the birth canal. This method has now been largely replaced by the Brandt Andrews method.
K. S. F. Credé (1819-92), German gynaecologist

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