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C-Section Rates Vary Widely at U.S. Hospitals
Date:3/4/2013

this procedure, especially among low-risk women, is concerning, as its use also carries known risks compared to vaginal delivery, such as higher rates of infection and re-hospitalization, more painful recovery, breast-feeding challenges, and complications in future pregnancies."

The researchers outlined a number of ways to reduce the wide variations in cesarean rates at U.S. hospitals, including providing pregnant women with full information about cesarean deliveries and offering them the right care for their own pregnancies.

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The American Academy of Pediatrics has more about cesarean delivery.

-- Robert Preidt

SOURCE: University of Minnesota, news release, March 4, 2013


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