Labor induction : comparison between oxytocin and dinoprostone Eylem indüksiyonu : oksitosin ve dinoprostonun karşılaştırılması

@inproceedings{Yurtsever2013LaborI,
  title={Labor induction : comparison between oxytocin and dinoprostone Eylem ind{\"u}ksiyonu : oksitosin ve dinoprostonun karşılaştırılması},
  author={Serkan Yurtsever and H{\"u}seyin Cengiz and Hande Yurtsever and Hasan Çetin and Abdullah and Kurhan},
  year={2013}
}
Labor induction is one of the most frequent procedures in pregnant women. The optimal regimen for preinduction cervical ripening and labor induction is not established. The aim of the present study was to compare the efficacy and safety of vaginal dinoprostone and intravenous oxytocin administration for labor induction. The medical records of the patients who had induction of labor at Okmeydanı Teaching and Research Hospital, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology from January 2010 to June… CONTINUE READING

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