Cohort 'A' includes all cases with history of at least one previous caesarean section
. Total number of cases were 30 (nA = 30).
Dr Patrick O'Brien, consultant and honorary senior lecturer in obstetrics and gynaecology at the University College London Hospitals (UCLH) in London, revealed in his discussion that the caesarean section
rate is rising steadily in almost every country in the world, reaching as high as one in three of all births in many developed countries.
A prospective observational cohort study was conducted in department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Government Medical College, Thrissur for a period of 1 year from January 2016--December 2016 after permission was obtained from IRB in patients between 18-45 years who underwent primary caesarean section
and secondary caesarean section
with no prior history of any abdominal surgeries other than previous caesarean were selected.
Worldwide, caesarean section
rates have been steadily increasing, without significant benefit to the health of women or their babies.
In the study of Kafali et al.24 with women who delivered by caesarean section
(n:150), women in the experimental group flatulated 22.4 hours after surgery and women in the control group flatulated 31 hours after surgery.
When a narrow and small pelvic is the reason for a Caesarean Section
, it is usually advised that subsequent deliveries should also be by Caesarean Sections
, also known as caesarean, C-section or just "section", involves delivering a baby through a cut (incision) in a mother's abdomen.
Spinal anaesthesia for caesarean section
: fluid loading, vasopressors and hypotension.
Meanwhile, mothers having caesarean sections
increased from 157,429 to 169,058.
Placental implantation and migration following a previous caesarean section
Eighteen government hospitals in greater Johannesburg offer maternity care, including caesarean section
; this study was conducted in 13 of the hospitals--3 tertiary referral, 7 regional and 3 district hospitals.