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Target rates for caesarean section may be too low, say researchers

The optimal rate of caesarean delivery in relation to maternal and neonatal mortality is about 19 caesarean deliveries in every 100 live births, claims a study published in JAMA that gathered data from 194 World Health Organization member states.1  
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about 4 years ago
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Target rates for caesarean section may be too low, say researchers

The optimal rate of caesarean delivery in relation to maternal and neonatal mortality is about 19 caesarean deliveries in every 100 live births, claims a study published in JAMA that gathered data from 194 World Health Organization member states.1  
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about 4 years ago
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Target rates for caesarean section may be too low, say researchers

The optimal rate of caesarean delivery in relation to maternal and neonatal mortality is about 19 caesarean deliveries in every 100 live births, claims a study published in JAMA that gathered data from 194 World Health Organization member states.1  
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about 4 years ago
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Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust Caesarean death 'avoidable' - BBC News

The death of a woman just hours after she had given birth by Caesarean section was wholly avoidable, a court hears.  
bbc.co.uk
almost 4 years ago
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“Vaginal seeding” of infants born by caesarean section

The microbiota is the community of microbes that colonises our bodies, outnumbering our own cells 10 to 1.1 This complex microbial community varies from one part of the body to another, and from one person to another. Characteristic differences in the microbiota are associated with various diseases.2 As a result interest has surged in the potential for manipulating the microbiota to promote health and treat disease.2  
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almost 4 years ago
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“Vaginal seeding” of infants born by caesarean section

The microbiota is the community of microbes that colonises our bodies, outnumbering our own cells 10 to 1.1 This complex microbial community varies from one part of the body to another, and from one person to another. Characteristic differences in the microbiota are associated with various diseases.2 As a result interest has surged in the potential for manipulating the microbiota to promote health and treat disease.2  
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almost 4 years ago
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“Vaginal seeding” of infants born by caesarean section

The microbiota is the community of microbes that colonises our bodies, outnumbering our own cells 10 to 1.1 This complex microbial community varies from one part of the body to another, and from one person to another. Characteristic differences in the microbiota are associated with various diseases.2 As a result interest has surged in the potential for manipulating the microbiota to promote health and treat disease.2  
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almost 4 years ago
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Sixty seconds on . . . vaginal seeding

The term describes the use of a gauze swab to transfer maternal vaginal fluid (and therefore vaginal microbiota) onto infants born by caesarean section.  
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almost 4 years ago
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Sixty seconds on . . . vaginal seeding

The term describes the use of a gauze swab to transfer maternal vaginal fluid (and therefore vaginal microbiota) onto infants born by caesarean section.  
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almost 4 years ago
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'Vaginal Seeding' Concerns

Increasing numbers of new parents in the UK who have a baby by caesarean section are requesting a procedure called 'vaginal seeding' or 'microbirthing'.  
medscape.com
almost 4 years ago
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Inducing labour in older women does not increase complications, study finds

Pregnant women aged 35 and older who have their labour induced have no higher risk of caesarean section or other maternal or neonatal adverse outcomes than those who wait until spontaneous onset of labour, shows a UK study published in the New England Journal of Medicine.1  
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almost 4 years ago
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Inducing labour in older women does not increase complications, study finds

Pregnant women aged 35 and older who have their labour induced have no higher risk of caesarean section or other maternal or neonatal adverse outcomes than those who wait until spontaneous onset of labour, shows a UK study published in the New England Journal of Medicine.1  
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almost 4 years ago
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Offering women safer options than “vaginal seeding” for infants born by caesarean section

Cunnington and colleagues’ paper raises concerns about the risk of transmission of serious infections posed by the practice of “vaginal seeding” in infants born by caesarean section.1 This practice involves exposing these infants to vaginal fluids post-delivery and therefore exposing them to similar microbiota to that of infants born vaginally. Delivery by caesarean has been associated with problems such …  
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over 3 years ago
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'Risk of death' warning over access to caesareans - BBC News

A senior coroner has warned of a risk of future deaths if the NHS favours vaginal delivery over caesarean sections on the basis of cost.  
bbc.co.uk
over 3 years ago
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Inducing labour in women with suspected large babies shows benefits

Inducing labour in women with suspected large babies reduces birth fractures and mean birth weight and does not increase the rate of caesarean section or instrumental birth, a Cochrane review has found.1  
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over 3 years ago
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Cesarean Section by Maternal Age Group

Does advanced maternal age significantly increase the risk for cesarean section, and is intrapartum cesarean section a higher risk in an older age group of women?  
medscape.com
over 3 years ago