birthing chair (berth-ing) n. a chair specially adapted to allow childbirth to take place in a sitting position. Its introduction in the Western world followed the increasing demand by women for greater mobility during labour. The chair is electronically powered and can be tilted back quickly and easily should the need arise.
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