Factors associated with Chinese nulliparous women's choices of mode of delivery: A longitudinal study.

Abstract

BACKGROUND Caesarean section rates have risen beyond the WHO recommended level in many countries worldwide. An emerging epidemic in caesareans has appeared in China over the past two decades, mainly driven by non-medical factors. China's one-child policy was previously seen as a potential factor for contributing to women's high caesarean section rates. The… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.midw.2018.03.013

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