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Elective Caesareans Raise Risk of Breathing Problems in Newborns

Chance of trouble was 2 to 4 times greater than with vaginal delivery, emergency C-sections WEDNESDAY, Dec. 12 (HealthDay News) -- Infants delivered by elective Caesarean section are up to four times more likely to have breathing problems than babies born vaginally or by emergency C-section, sa...

Women warned against Caesareans

Recent research published in this week’s Australian Medical Journal (AMA) has found that first-time mothers who give birth by caesarean face a greater risk of complications if they choose to deliver naturally in subsequent pregnancies. // The study has found women who have a caesarean...

Doctors Warned Against Encouraging Elective Caesareans

A study by American scientists has added a new weapon of defense against elective caesarean operations . The study lead by Dr Qiuying Yang, from the University of Ottawa and published in an international journal of obstetrics and gynecology -BJOG, has linked C-sections to a very strong risk of...

Doctors Warned Against Encouraging Elective Caesareans

A study by American scientists has added a new weapon of defense against elective caesarean operations//. The study lead by Dr Qiuying Yang, from the University of Ottawa and published in an international journal of obstetrics and gynecology -BJOG, has linked C-sections to a very strong risk of...

Skilled Obstetricians to avoid unnecessary Caesareans

A recent report has cautioned that junior doctors’ poor training is resulting in unnecessary emergency Caesarean births in many cases. Senior doctors have reported in this// week’s British Medical Journal (BMJ) that expert obstetricians can prevent several emergency Caesareans. Currently, in ...

Rate of Unnecessary C-Sections Far Lower Than Thought

...ound information in the study. The rate of primary caesareans has increased sharply, while the rate of vaginal d...o indicated risk," it appears that those women had caesareans for no discernable reasons. Kahn said she and ...nd hospital discharge data, they found the rate of caesareans with no reported risk factors at just 3.9 percent....

Natural Childbirth Moms More Attuned to Babies' Cry

... Finding may help shed light on postpartum depression in those choosing caesareans THURSDAY, Sept. 11 (HealthDay News) -- Mothers who delivered their babies vaginally appear to be much more sensitive to the cry of their o...

NEWSWEEK: Media Lead Sheet/January 28, 2008 Issue (on newsstands Monday, January 21).

...produced by Ricki Lake, that questions why one third of American women have caesareans instead of vaginal births. Some doctors say the increased rate of caesareans is partially attributable to maternal demand. While others say it is becaus...

British Royal highlights anesthesia crisis in the developing world

... sub-Saharan Africa. A recent study published in Anaesthesia showed that in Uganda there were only sufficient supplies to carry out six per cent of caesareans and 13 per cent of child surgery with safe anaesthesia. Elsewhere in the developing world, mothers have a one in 16 chance of dying in childbirth a...

Postnatal Health and Sexual Problems Persist Even After a Year

...trument-assisted delivery also took two weeks longer than woman who had had caesareans and normal births to resume sexual intercourse (ten weeks versus eight) wit...earch. "It's also important to point out that while women who had had caesareans reported fewer problems with the health issues covered by this study, this ...
Caesareans in Biological News

Study shows dramatic increase in Caesarean sections

...d that the rise could not be explained by increases in clinical reasons for caesareans such as complications in pregnancy or labour/delivery and was more likely d...en in 1984-88. "The figures show that what we call elective or planned caesareans have risen from 6 per cent to 13 per cent over the 20 year period and durin...
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