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Synonyms for caesarean

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

of or relating to or in the manner of Julius Caesar

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There are many risks involved in caesarean section like postpartum haemorrhage and sepsis.
1%) were delivered with emergency caesarean section whereas 31(15.
The detailed data shows that older mothers are much more likely than younger age groups to give birth by Caesarean section, and are more likely to have a pre-planned Caesarean.
Since 1985, the international healthcare community has considered the ideal rate" for caesarean sections to be between 10% and 15%.
WHO conducted two studies: a systematic review of available studies that had sought to find the ideal caesarean rate within a given country or population, and a worldwide country-level analysis usingthe latest available data.
According to the WHO a caesarean rate of 28% is far more than 'needed',' and puts "women and their babies at risk of short term and long term health problems".
The overall success rate for vaginal delivery after previous caesarean was highest for Group-1, and lowest for Group-3, suggesting a strong correlation of birth weight with success of vaginal birth after caesarean section.
The caesarean section rate has increased all over the world over the years and currently nearly one in four women have a caesarean section in the UK, which is still much lower than C-section rates in southern Europe.
The odds of being overweight or obese are 26 per cent higher for adults born by caesarean section than those born by vaginal delivery, the study found.
Introduction: Caesarean section is an essential widely practiced procedure.
The authors comment that "the dramatic reduction in our primary caesarean section rate between 2001-2004 and 2005-2011, despite a progressive increase in complicated pregnancies, has put us on par with the United States of America, whose average caesarean section rate is 38%.
Caesarean section by choice could fulfil the inverse care law.
Caesarean section rates in the Arab region: a cross- national study.