cesarian section


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Synonyms for cesarian 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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An eclampsia patient, in profound coma, was delivered by vaginal Cesarian section and convulsions subsided, but death came some four hours after delivery, from pulmonary edema and acute inspiration pneumonia.
On the day the babies were delivered by cesarian section, however, the media covering the scene guessed something was up.
Audit and Feedback to Implement Practice Guidelines: Delivery after Previous Cesarian Section.
The 1987 case of Angela Carder erupted when hospital administrators sought and won a court order to perform a cesarian section on a woman dying of cancer over the objections of the woman, her doctor, and her family.
Such decisions can include deciding to consume excessive amounts of alcohol or drugs, refusing fetal surgery, or refusing cesarian section.
For instance, 25% of all babies born in America are delivered by Cesarian section.
This child is a product of nonconsanguineous marriage, full term, delivered by cesarian section because of a very bad obstetric history.
5 kg, HIV positivity and history of previous cesarian section are other postulated risk factors for UR.
It was a kind of desperation that drove her to go to court that day seven years ago, not even a week after delivering her third and last child by cesarian section, she said.
The hospital had six labor rooms, and had to call in a separate operation room team for Cesarian section.