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Synonyms for C-section

the delivery of a fetus by surgical incision through the abdominal wall and uterus (from the belief that Julius Caesar was born that way)

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This study evaluated the use of azithromycin adjunctive therapy, in addition to standard antibiotic prophylaxis, to reduce the risk of postoperative infections in women receiving nonelective c-sections.
In a study conducted in Karachi14, indication for C-sections and its frequency was analyzed to give recommendations to lessen the rate of C-sections.
Moms who deliver via C-section often have bowel problems following surgery because (http://www.
The most recent data, spanning 2014 and 2015, showed that C-sections in Cyprus accounted for 56.
A spokeswoman for the British Pregnancy Advisory Service said: "Women giving birth today are more likely to be older, and also larger, and this can mean they are more likely to need a C-section.
Obstetric haemorrhage and safer C-sections emerged as top priorities.
Between 1996 and 2007, Menacker and Hamilton (2010) reported a 53% increase in C-sections in the United States, resulting in 1.
SATURDAY 31: Halloween: Three emergency C-sections plus an absolute emergency C-section where you have literally minutes to get to theatre to save a baby.
If a country's rate falls far below that 15 percent level, it's a sign that women aren't getting access to C-sections that may be medically necessary.
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On average an FP is required to do 40 vaginal births and 35 C-sections to receive admitting privileges at a rural hospital.
Professor Louise Kenny, one of the authors and a practising obstetrician, said the link between C-sections and children developing Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) remains unclear.
Emergency C-sections showed a barely higher risk (HR, 1.
ScarAway Flex Long Sheets uses new Flexisil technology formulated to help shrink, flatten and fade scars that occur after C-sections, tummy tucks or other surgeries, as well as injuries and burns.
In many cases, C-sections are medically unnecessary, which not only adds additional risk to childbirth, but also racks up huge costs.