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C-section

A C-shaped cross-sectional configuration; used as a structural framing member.
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Police said she had previously delivered a baby via c-section and did not want to go through the same process again.
While C-sections are improving, with smaller incisions, it is still a surgery," she said, explaining that there are higher chances of complications and infections, as well as maternal and infant mortality.
Compared with women whose first birth was a spontaneous vaginal delivery, primiparous women with a primary C-section were 14% more likely to have a subsequent stillbirth and 9% more likely to have a later ectopic pregnancy, but were no more likely to have a subsequent miscarriage, reported Dr.
He said the medical staff will review a doctor who performs more C-sections than the norm at Baptist Health.
Even more worrying is that by cutting back on the number of C-sections in our wards, midwives and doctors will be placed under even more pressure when they make lifeo r-death decisions.
1% overall reduction rate in C-sections among patients who received the Hem-Avert device compared to those who delivered without the device.
When asked about C-sections in public hospitals, she replied that they're only performed under extreme circumstances and only after a specialist is consulted.
But the pace of increase had slowed a bit in recent years, and assuming the decline was in elective C-sections, that's good news, some experts said.
And recently the Times of India reported how parents-to-be were besieging doctors to carry out C-sections to deliver their unborn babies on the date, considered to be auspicious.
Scots researchers found women in affluent areas are more likely to have C-sections than those elsewhere.
Summary: Young adults born via Cesarean section are more likely to be obese than those delivered vaginally, suggesting C-sections could be feeding the obesity epidemic, researchers have found.