They examined the effect of a consensus statement regarding guidelines for cesarean section
on the practice of physicians.
These mothers must take the drug AZT and deliver by planned cesarean section
, two studies show.
THI hospitals had Cesarean section
rates lower than the national average.
Urinary incontinence after vaginal delivery or cesarean section
4) Less than half of the respondents were willing to order risk factor prophylaxis (except in those patients with a history of venous thromboembolism or a family history of thromboembolism), despite a reported 10-fold increase in thromboembolism after cesarean section
But if the patient were, say, thirty-five years old, having her first pregnancy, and anticipating no further pregnancies, I would feel that elective cesarean section
is a reasonable alternative and would support her wishes.
3 percent reduction in the rates of cesarean section
, a small but statistically significant decline.
Doctors traditionally counseled women who had had a cesarean section
against delivering vaginally, even though a mother's recovery time is longer after a cesarean birth.
She had long suffered from hypertension and high blood pressure, and had been instructed by doctors to undergo a cesarean section
to avoid complications during her child birth.
According to a report by World Health Organization(WHO) (1985), cesarean section
rate over 15% endangers maternal and neonatal health, and imposes a huge financial burden on the health system .
This notice will allow hospitals the opportunity to offer feedback and to implement and refine their data collection and reporting protocols in preparation for the 2015 public release of NTSV cesarean section
DENVER--The obesity epidemic has been a major driver of the steep rise in cesarean section
rates documented nationally since the year 2000.