caesarean delivery

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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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The new analysis used DHS data collected between 1997 and 2012 to examine whether levels of the three outcomes--delivery at a facility, caesarean delivery and neonatal mortality--changed when countries eliminated user fees for facility-based delivery services.
They were also more than twice as likely to need an elective Caesarean delivery, or C-section, compared with non-snorers.
Over a 12-month period, women having caesarean delivery were recruited prospectively at an Australian tertiary referral centre.
The main outcome measures were maternal, fetal, and neonatal morbidity and mortality associated with intrapartum or elective caesarean delivery.
Guidelines last year from the National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) said that pregnant women should be discouraged from having a Caesarean delivery if they do not need one
MUMS who have a Caesarean delivery have double the risk of later stillbirths, a study has found.
Researchers said the finding should make women think twice before demanding a Caesarean delivery for no clear medical reason.
The average charge for a Caesarean delivery was $4,315, almost twice the $2,178 average charge for vaginal delivery.
We were fully expecting to find that closing the peritoneum at caesarean delivery would increase adhesions.
During caesarean delivery under regional block it has been recommended that a number of aspects related to the anaesthetic, surgery and intraoperative events are documented.
Washington, August 7 ( ANI ): Vaginal delivery for early preterm foetuses presenting head first, or vertex presentation, had a high rate of success with no difference in neonatal mortality compared to caesarean delivery, a new study, led by Indian origin researcher, has revealed.
PREGNANT women who opt for a second Caesarean delivery have babies who are less likely to suffer serious health problems, research suggests.
Consequently, most women have negative recollections of their birth experience and prefer caesarean delivery in subsequent pregnancies.
Women and their carers who plan to undertake caesarean section delivery should discuss the potential risks to make an informed decision if they still wish to have a caesarean delivery.
Interpretation: High rates of caesarean delivery do not necessarily indicate better perinatal care and can be associated with harm.