As per National Family Health Survey IV (2015-16), birth by Caesarean Section
(%) in private health facility is 40.9% which is higher than public health facility where it is 11.9%.
(CS) is one of the most common surgeries, performed all over the world by obstetricians and its incidence is increasing.
He added that one of the conference recommendations is to avoid pregnancy for 18 to 24 months after a caesarean section
to avoid complications, such as caesarean scar ectopic pregnancy or miscarriages.
The caesarean section
rate is increasing worldwide as there are numerous factors which contribute to decrease in vaginal birth after caesarean section
and although repeat caesarean sections
are associated with serious morbidity there are only a few studies which assess the risk of placenta praevia and accreta in repeat caesarean section
A caesarean section
is a surgical procedure that, when undertaken for medical reasons, can save the life of a woman and her baby.
Problems such as constipation, postoperative ileus, and abdominal distension may be seen in the gastrointestinal system due to the effect of anesthesia after abdominal surgery.5 For early return of bowel movements after caesarean section
surgeries, applications such as oral hydration, early feeding14, and gum chewing9,13,15-21 are recommended in the postoperative period.
Is it advisable for a lady who has done Caesarean section
before due to a very small pelvic to deliver by herself again?
This was confirmed when I performed the caesarean section
and a tiny Alys was born so horribly anaemic that she needed a blood transfusion.
Objective: To determine hemodynamic changes by using 0.75% and 0.50% hyperbaric bupivacaine for spinal anesthesia in caesarean section
The number of births by caesarean section
accounted for 42.3 percent of all births last year.
With full implementation of the two-child policy, a significant increase in the number of pregnant women with a history of caesarean section
A rising caesarean section
rate combined with substandard surgery and postoperative care are believed to be the main reasons for the recent increases in maternal deaths from bleeding during and after caesarean section
(BDACS) in South Africa (SA).