Relations between second-trimester aneuploidy screening results and prediction of labour induction success in term pregnancies.

Relations between second-trimester aneuploidy screening results and prediction of labour induction success in term pregnancies. J Obstet Gynaecol. 2020 Jun 04;:1-5 Authors: Karakoc G, Turgal M, Eroglu H, Cakir C, Yavuz A, Yucel A Abstract We aimed to assess whether the second-trimester maternal serum markers could be used for the prediction of labour induction success. This prospective study enrolled women planned labour induction at term. Women were assigned to one of two groups: vaginal prostaglandin or balloon dilatation. All patients were evaluated for Bishop score, maternal serum oestriol, human chorionic gonadotropin and progesterone at the time of second-aneuploidy screening. The total successful rate for induction of labour was 63.9% in both groups. Maternal serum oestriol multiple of median (MoM) values were significantly lower among the caesarean section group compared to the vaginal delivery group (p 
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