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Autism risks linked to birth factors

... risk of autism// in children. Babies who were at breech position at the time of delivery, born prematurely by more than five weeks, or have a family history of schizophrenia have a greater risk of being autistic than other babies. Even a low Apgar score at birth also puts the baby at greater risk of being...

Unexplained Repeat Cesarean Deliveries On The Rise In US

...cal history of two or more cesarean deliveries and breech birth, a condition in which the baby’s head in the top portion of the uterus as against the normal head-down position. Based on the above observation, the researchers feel that a complete understanding of repeat cesarean section would not be possib...

Researchers Warn That Routine Physical Examination Could Miss Breech Presentation

...f the baby as certain positions like foot first or breech would make the vaginal delivery difficult or impos...Midwives said, “It is possible that some babies in breech position are missed and this reinforces the need to use information from this research to inform cur...

Skilled Obstetricians to avoid unnecessary Caesareans

...an section is advised for women with unanticipated breech baby or for the second baby in twins. They wrote: "About 10% of second twins are delivered by Caesarean section after the first has been delivered vaginally: 10 years ago the rate was 5%. As many as two-thirds of these Caesareans are preventable an...

C-Section A More Common Choice Nowadays

... reaches full cervical dilation with an unexpected breech position. The doctors write, "In the absence of a...d skilful obstetrician to perform assisted vaginal breech delivery, women are advised to undergo an emergency second stage caesarean." In addition a lack of...

Medical Teams Are Key to Patient Safety

...nization related to infectious disease. “Today any breech in technique is not acceptable, and we now have zero tolerance. The team itself creates a social pressure of excellence for patient safety.” In an editorial commenting on a recent study published in the New England Journal of Medicine, Wenzel, toge...

Medical Teams Are Key to Patient Safety

...nization related to infectious disease. “Today any breech in technique is not acceptable, and we now have zero tolerance. The team itself creates a social pressure of excellence for patient safety.” In an editorial commenting on a recent study published in the New England Journal of Medicine, Wenzel, togeth...

More Women Opting for Caesarean, Unaware of Consequences

...edical indications differently. "One of them is breech presentation" (the baby's buttocks are at the bottom of the uterus, its head at the top), said Klaus Vetter, vice president of the Berlin-based German Society of Gynaecology and Obstetrics. When a c-section is merely optional, more and more women and...

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