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Synonyms for cesarean

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

relating to abdominal delivery

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61 for unplanned cesarean delivery, compared with women with adequate GWG (95% confidence interval, 1.
Changing trends in cesarean section rate and indications.
Misoprostol induction of labor among women with a history of cesarean delivery.
Also, in many hospitals in the United States, there is some delay to perform the cesarean because the OR is on a different floor from the labor and delivery room and the OR staff come from home.
Details of all the cases who underwent cesarean section (CS) were further evaluated.
Increased success of trial of labor after previous vaginal birth after cesarean.
Researchers also found a statistically significant association between elevated cesarean rates and lower average educational attainment.
A total of 423 women who were on the first cesarean day participated in the study.
These women should visit a specialist obstetrician to discuss the options of delivery before 36 weeks gestationso that they become aware of the risks and benefits of both vaginal birth andelective/planned cesarean explainsDr Tasneem Husaini Rangwala, Specialist Gynaecologist, Zulekha Hospital,Dubai.
Her first cesarean section was done for Cephalopelvic Disproportion (CPD).
A multifaceted intervention implemented in 2005 at one tertiary hospital in China's Yunnan Province was effective in reducing the facility's rate of deliveries by cesarean section.
Due to advancements in surgical procedures in the past decades, elective cesarean section has in creasingly become popular and emerged as an urgent issue for maternity practitioners, hospitals, policy makers, as well as maternity clients (2).
The number of women having babies born by cesarean section is rapidly growing in both the developed and developing countries.
The Question: Does Cesarean birth increase the risk of later obesity in the child?
Washington, March 14 ( ANI ): Women who have had one prior cesarean can lower the risk of death and serious complications for their next baby - and themselves - by electing to have another cesarean.