Birth after caesarean study – planned vaginal birth or planned elective repeat caesarean for women at term with a single previous caesarean birth: protocol for a patient preference study and randomised trial

@article{Dodd2007BirthAC,
  title={Birth after caesarean study – planned vaginal birth or planned elective repeat caesarean for women at term with a single previous caesarean birth: protocol for a patient preference study and randomised trial},
  author={Jodie M Dodd and Caroline A Crowther and Janet Esther Hiller and Ross R. Haslam and Jeffrey S Robinson},
  journal={BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth},
  year={2007},
  volume={7},
  pages={17 - 17}
}
BACKGROUND For women who have a caesarean section in their preceding pregnancy, two care policies for birth are considered standard: planned vaginal birth and planned elective repeat caesarean. Currently available information about the benefits and harms of both forms of care are derived from retrospective and prospective cohort studies. There have been no randomised trials, and recognising the deficiencies in the literature, there have been calls for methodologically rigorous studies to assess… CONTINUE READING
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