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Cesarean section may cause epigenetic changes

(Medical Xpress)—A new study from Karolinska Institutet indicates that the mode of delivery could make an imprint in the stem cells of the newborn infant. The finding may be of interest for understa...

C-Section Birth May Raise Risk of Adult Obesity: Study

WEDNESDAY, Feb. 26, 2014 -- Babies born by cesarean section seem more likely to be overweight or obese later in life, a new study contends. The odds of being overweight are 26 percent higher for cesar...

Spectrum Surgical Attends the Central Veterinary Conference in Washington, D.C.

Visit Spectrum Surgical Booth 832 at the Central Veterinary Conference and see the most comprehensive display of veterinary surgical instruments and surgery packs available. Stow, Ohio (PRWEB) April 3...

Spectrum Surgical Attends the American Veterinary Medical Association Annual Convention

Visit Spectrum Surgical Booth 1516 at the American Veterinary Medical Association and see a complete display of commonly used veterinary surgical instruments and surgery packs available for veterinary...

Spectrum Surgical Attends the 86th Annual Western Veterinary Conference in Las Vegas

Visit Spectrum Surgical Booth 1932 at the Western Veterinary Conference and see a comprehensive display of popular veterinary surgical instruments and surgery packs available to veterinary practitione...

Fewer Cesarean Wound Complications With Sutures vs Staples

In a randomized controlled trial, there were 57% fewer wound complications after cesarean section with suture closure of the incision compared with staple closure. Medscape Medical News

Addressing the rapid increase in cesarean birth rates

A new, joint series called 'Obstetric Care Consensus' is being introduced by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine. The first issue addres...

Sutures or staples? Best choice for C-section

Settling a long-time debate, researchers show that sewing up a C-section skin incision with sutures leads to fewer complications than using surgical staples. Cesarean sections account for about a thir...

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Indications for Cesarean Deliveries during a 7-Year Period in a Tertiary Hospital.

Introduction: To analyze the cesarean section rate evolution in a tertiary hospital and the main indications for cesarean section. Material and Methods: A retrospective study was conducted at a major...

Analgesic effect of low dose subcutaneous ketamine administration before and after cesarean section.

Pain is considered as an importantissue after cesarean section. Multimodal approach to post cesarean pain management may not only enhance analgesia but also reduce side effects after the surgery.

Improvements in Cesarean Section Techniques: Arad's Obstetrics Department Experience on Adapting the Vejnovic Cesarean Section Technique.

Objectives: Cesarean section has become recently the first choice for delivery in many clinics in Romania and worldwide. The purpose of our study is to assess the benefits of introducing the adapted V...

Closure or non-closure of peritoneum in cesarean section: outcomes of short-term complications.

Cesarean section (CS) is one of the most frequently performed surgical procedures worldwide. The complications following a CS include fever, wound infection, post-operative pain and bleeding which are...

Changing trends and indications for cesarean section in the last few decades.

Cesarean section rates are increasing worldwide, which has been paralelled by an increase in primary cesarean delivery and decrease in vaginal birth after cesarean section. Behind the different freque...

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