Repeat C-Section May Have No Long-Term Health Risk for Baby

TUESDAY, March 15, 2016 -- There appears to be little increased risk to a child's health if a woman has a planned cesarean delivery after a prior C-section, a new study out of Scotland finds. Still, C-section does come with risks, experts noted, and...
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Journal Name: Journal of Perinatal Medicine Issue: Ahead of print
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Charlotte Parkins, 31, from Manchester, was 38 weeks pregnant when she had the operation to deliver son Freddie in January. She thought she was on the brink of death.
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Journal of Perinatology, Published online: 18 June 2019; doi:10.1038/s41372-019-0404-zMaternal obesity and cesarean section delivery: additional risk factors for neonatal hypoglycemia?
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AJP Rep 2019; 09: e190-e194 DOI: 10.1055/s-0039-1692482 Objective To compare outcomes of operative intervention in the second stage of labor during trial of labor after cesarean (TOLAC). Study Design A secondary analysis of the Maternal-Fetal Medicine Units Network cesarean section registry was conducted. Analysis was by first attempted mode of delivery. Results A total of 1,837 met inclusion criteria. Subjects in the operative vaginal groups (OVDs) were more likely to have a prior vaginal delivery (vacuum 34.2%; forceps 34.3%) than the repeat cesarean delivery (RCD) group (22.6%; p 
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This study also aimed to demonstrate whether fetal cord blood oxygenation was affected by maternal BMI and/or delivery time. Materials and methods: The study included parturients with ASA I score undergoing cesarean section under spinal anesthesia in 2015 and 2016. They were divided into two groups according to BMI: Group 1 comprised parturients with BMI of
Source: Turkish Journal of Medical Sciences - Category: General Medicine Tags: Turk J Med Sci Source Type: research
We report a case of massive bleeding due to a coagulation disorder associated with acute fatty liver of pregnancy (AFLP); the patient survived by massive transfusion. She presented at 34 weeks of gestation, met six of the Swansea criteria, and was diagnosed with severe AFLP. We performed an emergency cesarean section because termination of the pregnancy was necessary for the treatment of the AFLP. After the surgery, which led to massive bleeding in the peritoneal cavity due to the coagulation disorder, she underwent two further operations and three transarterial embolizations. She received factor VII and underwent plasma...
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We examined women diagnosed with GDM in this multi ‐institutional retrospective study. Women were divided into two groups by gestational age at diagnosis:
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CONCLUSION: We report liver pathology findings of CDA1 with a novel genetic mutation for the first time in a newborn. PMID: 31183007 [PubMed]
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AbstractDoubling of C-section rates from year 2000 to 2015 globally was declared an eye-opener on October 13, 2018, in FIGO World Congress. Rapid increase in rates without clear evidence of concomitant decrease in maternal or neonatal morbidity or mortality raises significant concern that cesarean delivery is overused. This review addresses issues related to exponentially rising rates, reasons for it, and strategies to reduce. Previous cesarean delivery has main contribution to rising rates as per evidence from the literature search in last 5  years. Focus on optimizing indications of primary C-section resulted in mak...
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