Caesarean delivery: An experience from a tertiary institution in north western Nigeria.

  title={Caesarean delivery: An experience from a tertiary institution in north western Nigeria.},
  author={Casey Daniel and Sipra Singh},
  journal={Nigerian journal of clinical practice},
  volume={19 1},
OBJECTIVE To assess the overall caesarean section (CS) rate, indications and outcomes in a tertiary hospital in North-western Nigeria. MATERIALS AND METHODS A cross-sectional study carried out over a period of two years. All patients who had caesarean section at any time within the day were noted and followed up till discharge. The socio-demographic data, types of CS, anaesthesia, indications, abdominal wall and uterine incisions, cadre of surgeon and feto-maternal outcomes were documented in… CONTINUE READING


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