High-risk delivery refers to the process of giving birth to a baby where the mother or the baby faces a high risk of complications during the delivery. The risk factors can include pre-existing medical conditions, complications during pregnancy, premature delivery, multiple pregnancies, and a history of difficult deliveries. Such deliveries require specialized medical attention and care to ensure the safety of the mother and the baby. During a high-risk delivery, medical professionals monitor the mother and baby’s vital signs, including heart rate, blood pressure, and oxygen levels, to ensure that both are stable. To ensure safe delivery, they may also administer medications or perform medical procedures, such as a cesarean section. High-risk deliveries can be stressful for both the mother and the medical team, but with proper planning and care, many of these deliveries can have positive outcomes.