A slice of life: Live Webcast set for C-section

It's nearly impossible to lay claim to a first-ever video of anything on the Web these days. Cesarean sections are no exception.

Is there anything you can't see on the Web?

Don't answer that. I don't want to know.

I came across this press release from Friday afternoon, touting a Webcast of a cesarean section at a Wisconsin hospital next week.

Figuring that it was a first, I did a Google search for "cesarean section video." And guess what, this one can't even come close to claiming that honor.

The only twist is that the Webcast is live, which offers an added layer of tension. No clue whether that's been done before.

The Webcast is set for 6:30 a.m. PDT Monday on OR-Live.com.

Best wishes to the family for a safe and video-friendly delivery.

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