Asim Musić

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OBJECTIVE To examine whether short-term postnatal health-related quality of life differed among women after different methods of cesarean sections. METHODS One hundred forty-five women were evaluated with previous CS (85 by Misgav Ladach and 60 by Pfannenstiel-Dörffler). Short-time quality of life was measured using the Croatian version of Short Form(More)
INTRODUCTION In present clinical practice there is an increasing number of patients with delivery with previous cesarean section which is frequent reason for the repeated one. The most serious complication in labour with previous cesarean section is the rupture of the uterus which is as frequent in labour by natural way as in repeated cesarean section. This(More)
Among obstetric techniques, cesarean section seemed to represent a well-defined procedure and significant advances in this intervention were considered to be unlikely. However, obstetric surgery has recently undergone many improvements. In 1972, Joel-Cohen presented a new method for transverse incision of the abdomen. This method, with some modifications,(More)
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