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Though the myth "once a cesarean-section, always a cesarean-section" was shattered years ago, rates of United States births involving the surgical procedure have not diminished significantly.
Women are four times more likely to suffer a VTE after a cesarean-section compared to a vaginal birth, according to a new study. Roughly one-third of all births in Europe and North America now occur v...
Women are four times more likely to suffer a VTE after a cesarean-section compared to a vaginal birth, according to a new study in Chest.
Children delivered by Cesarean section may have an increased risk for obesity compared to children born vaginally, according to research presented at the American Heart Association's Scientific Sessio...
THURSDAY, Sept. 29, 2016 -- Doctors routinely give an antibiotic before a cesarean-section, the surgical delivery of a baby, to prevent infection in the mother. But, a new study suggests that adding a...
NEW ORLEANS — Children delivered by cesarean section may be more likely to develop overweight or obesity compared with children delivered vaginally, according to study findings presented at the Amer...
Picture this as a 1,000 point challenge on Jeopardy! Category: U.S. Healthcare. The answer is... “Though it’s the most common reason for hospitalization in the U.S., this surgical procedure is NOT...
(HealthDay)—Use of the Lean Six Sigma (LSS) methodology is effective for reducing the cesarean section rate, according to a study published online Nov. 14 in the Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Pr...
We found cesarean section (C-section) surgical site infection (SSI) at our institution was significantly higher than the national benchmark.
A cesarean section rate of up to 19.4% is reported worldwide. Surgical site infection occurs with rates of up to 13.5%. Plastic-sheath wound retractors show reduced rates of surgical site infections i...
A cesarean section (C-section) is performed to deliver a baby through the mother's abdomen. In recent years, the rate of incidences requiring a C-section is steadily increasing all over the world. Adv...
To evaluate the efficacy of pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) in relation to reducing postoperative pain, analgesic use, and wound healing in patients undergoing Cesarean section (C-section).
Decrease in body temperature is common during general and regional anesthesia. Forced-air warming intraoperative during cesarean section under spinal anesthesia seems not able to prevent it. The hypot...