Birth after previous cesarean delivery: short-term maternal outcomes.

@article{LydonRochelle2010BirthAP,
  title={Birth after previous cesarean delivery: short-term maternal outcomes.},
  author={Mona T. Lydon-Rochelle and Alison G Cahill and Catherine Y. Spong},
  journal={Seminars in perinatology},
  year={2010},
  volume={34 4},
  pages={249-57}
}
An estimated 40% of the 1.3 million cesarean deliveries performed each year in the United States are repeat procedures. The appropriate clinical management approach for women with previous cesarean delivery remains challenging because options are limited. The risks and benefits of clinical management choices in the woman's health need to be quantified. Thus, we discuss the available published scientific data on (1) the short-term maternal outcomes of trial of labor after cesarean and elective… CONTINUE READING

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