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We present the cases of two newborns (terms of 39 and 42 weeks) with birth injuries, caused by membrane ruptures, in the second stage of labor, without intervention. Despite having two previous normal deliveries, in this second delivery, we noticed that during the third stage of labor the uterus was distended, with a barely palpable fetal head. We decided to interrupt the third stage of labor, since we saw that membrane ruptures could not be avoided. We performed the vaginal hysterectomy (with anterior hysterotomy), and we extracted the infant (stillborn). The mother went to the operating room, where she had a laparotomy (subcostal). In both cases, we found a complete rupture of the amniotic sac and the premature rupture of the membranes that were posterior (a mass of previously unexperienced gestational age of one case and two weeks of the other case).1. Technical Field
The present disclosure relates to the distribution of object-oriented software applications. More particularly, the present disclosure relates to a method of performing object-oriented software application provisioning and software update distribution.
2. Description of the Related Art
The distribution of computer software (including object-oriented applications) and user's up-grade of object-oriented applications has traditionally been accomplished using a “cradle to grave” approach in which the cradle (or vendor's distribution facilities) retrieves the latest object-oriented application from a storage facility (e.g., a “back-end”), installs it, and ensures its (i.e., the customer's) continued access to it (e.g., by periodically providing a new version of the application to the cradle). This cradle to grave approach to distribution has a number of problems. First, it is difficult and expensive to keep the cradle in a “hot” or “up-to-date” state. Second, where a single object-oriented application is being distributed to multiple customers (e.g., a standardized object-oriented application is being sold to different national or regional customers), the cradle and back-end must be configured in a manner to ensure that the correct object-oriented application version is distributed to each customer. Third, where the cradle and back-end are configured to deliver a customized version to a customer (e.
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