Marie Carlsson Fagerberg

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OBJECTIVE We aimed to validate a widely used US prediction model for vaginal birth after cesarean (Grobman et al. [8]) and modify it to suit Swedish conditions. STUDY DESIGN Women having experienced one cesarean section and at least one subsequent delivery (n=49,472) in the Swedish Medical Birth Registry 1992-2011 were randomly divided into two data sets.(More)
BACKGROUND A previous caesarean delivery is no longer an indication per se for a subsequent, planned caesarean. We performed this study to identify women suitable for trial of labour after caesarean (TOLAC), investigating the association between the indication for the first caesarean and the risk of unplanned caesarean in the second pregnancy. METHODS We(More)
OBJECTIVE To compare the neonatal outcome after a trial of labor (TOL) with that after an elective cesarean section (CS) following one previous cesarean delivery, considering the indication for the first CS. DESIGN Population-based cohort study. SETTING Sweden. POPULATION Women with their first two deliveries between 1992 and 2007 registered in the(More)
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