cesarean delivery

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Synonyms for cesarean delivery

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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No significant association appeared between type of delivery and risk of perinatal death, but women with a history of cesarean delivery were significantly more likely to experience miscarriage or stillbirth on a subsequent pregnancy, as well as placenta previa, placenta accreta, and placental abruption.
The study, said first author John Francescon, was the first to link excess GWG with the risk of having a cesarean delivery that was not planned.
The study included 690 women undergoing elective cesarean delivery, of which 37 percent had a repeat cesarean, who were evaluated pre-operatively and followed for up to 12 months.
DEFENDANTS' DEFENSE: FHR strips on March 20 were not as nonreassuring as claimed and did not warrant cesarean delivery, which was performed when needed.
We used national hospital billing data to look at the association of clinical chorioamnionitis on delivery method and believe this study will provide important information for obstetricians and health policy researchers due to the current overutilization of cesarean delivery in the United States.
Conclusion: Peri-operative complications like operative time and Hb fall are less in uterine repair after temporary exteriorization as compared to intra-abdominal repair of uterus after cesarean delivery.
Elective repeat cesarean delivery versus trial of labor: a meta analysis of the literature from 1989 to 1999.
KEY WORDS: Cesarean rate reasons for cesarean delivery preference of delivery mode satisfaction with cesarean delivery.
Women who were preterm (<37 weeks gestation) and post term (>40 weeks) were more likely to experience cesarean delivery compared to women at 38-40 weeks gestation.
The Results: Overall, the babies born by cesarean delivery were nearly three times as likely to fail a hearing test performed within 48 hours of birth.
In rural regions, the unadjusted relative risk of cesarean delivery in the years preceding the 2008 survey was more than 15 times that in the years before the 1993 survey (15.
Elective induction of labor as risk factor for cesarean delivery among low-risk women at term.
An independent panel convened this week by the National Institutes of Health confronted a troubling fact that pregnant women currently have limited access to clinicians and facilities able and willing to offer a trial of labor after previous cesarean delivery because of so-called VBAC bans.
Also, hospitals and doctors make more money with a cesarean delivery than with a vaginal delivery.