When the NIH consensus development panel reviewed VBAC in 2010, it concluded that TOLAC is a reasonable option for many women with a prior cesarean
Success rate for vaginal delivery is also good for women who had cesarean
for fetal reasons.
One source within the Al-Thawra Public Hospital in Sana'a, who asked to remain anonymous, stated that, "private hospitals, which on average charge patients more for the same operations, are prescribing cesarean
sections to women who don't need them as a way of reaping higher profits.
Florida has the third highest cesarean
rate in the United States as 39.
In early pregnancy , ask your provider about his or her personal cesarean
All the clients were determined to undergo elective cesarean
section without any medical indication.
The information from this study will help women, clinicians and policy makers to develop health advice and make decisions about care for women who have had a previous cesarean
Survival advantage associated with cesarean
delivery in very low birth weight vertex neonates.
The sterile bag gives my colleagues and me the comfort that, no matter how we deliver a child - vaginally or by cesarean
- we are collecting the cord blood in a high quality manner.
Three factors were associated with having a cesarean
delivery: maternal age, BMI, and excessive gestational weight gain, Dr.
Women whose labors are induced for non-medical reasons are more likely to suffer from intrapartum fever and more likely to end up needing forceps, vacuum extraction and a cesarean
They conducted logistic regression analyses to test associations between two maternal risk factors-obesity and diabetes--and three adverse pregnancy outcomes--a first cesarean
delivery, preterm birth (delivery before 37 weeks of gestation) and birth of an infant with a low birth weight (less than 2,500 g).