C-section


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C-section

A C-shaped cross-sectional configuration; used as a structural framing member.
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"As it was a planned c-section, I got to walk myself to the theatre, sit on the operating table and take some time to mentally prepare myself with my partner by my side.
C-section delivery rates "have seen a more than 3-fold increase, from approximately 6% in 1990 to 21% in 2015, with substantial variations among and within countries in the last three decades", the researchers noted.
Nowadays, years of research have improved surgical techniques and mothers can deliver normally even after abdominal delivery, as long as the indication for the previous C-section is not a permanent or recurring one and the procedure should be done under strict medical supervision.
C-section rates ranged from a low of 17.5% in Denmark to 29.4% in Western Australia, all of which are greater than the 10%-15% rate endorsed by the World Health Organization.
To assess the independent effects of mode of delivery analysed the gut microbiota development in 46 C-section and 74 vaginally delivered infants using stool samples collected 10 times during their first year of life.
The findings could trigger research into ways mothers who need a C-section can boost babies' immune systems after birth.
"A C-section to deliver your first baby all too often becomes a C-section for all subsequent deliveries that's why it's important for us to focus on reducing the number of C-sections in first-time births, wherever appropriate," she said.
He alleged that Ms Wahla, without having his wife's ultrasound test done referred her to Dr Zahid who performed the C-Section.
A study published in The Lancet found that C-section use has almost doubled globally since 2000, from 12 per cent to 21 per cent of all births, higher than the level thought required for medical purposes (10-15 per cent).
In at least 15 countries, more than 40 per cent of all babies born are delivered by C-section. The highest rate, of 58.1 per cent, was in the Dominican Republic.
The twins were in so much danger doctors had to carry out an emergency C-section in June last year.