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Chapter 67 - Delivery After Previous Cesarean Section (Content last reviewed: 20th February 2020)

from Section 6 - Late Prenatal – Obstetric Problems

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  15 November 2017

David James
Affiliation:
University of Nottingham
Philip Steer
Affiliation:
Imperial College London
Carl Weiner
Affiliation:
University of Kansas
Bernard Gonik
Affiliation:
Wayne State University, Detroit
Stephen Robson
Affiliation:
University of Newcastle
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Summary

Delivery by cesarean section (CS) is the most common surgical operation performed in the world. Cesarean rates vary across countries, ranging from over 50% in South American countries such as Chile, Argentina, and Brazil to over 32% in the United States and 25% of all deliveries in the United Kingdom.

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High-Risk Pregnancy
Management Options
, pp. 1889 - 1900
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
First published in: 2017

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