Maternal Factors Associated with Mode of Delivery in a Population with a High Cesarean Section Rate

@article{Gondwe2019MaternalFA,
  title={Maternal Factors Associated with Mode of Delivery in a Population with a High Cesarean Section Rate},
  author={T. Gondwe and Kalpana Betha and G. Kusneniwar and C. Bunker and G. Tang and H. Simhan and P. Reddy and C. Haggerty},
  journal={Journal of Epidemiology and Global Health},
  year={2019},
  volume={9},
  pages={252 - 258}
}
We sought to identify factors associated with mode of delivery in a peri-urban Indian population with a high cesarean section rate. Poisson regression with robust error variance was applied to model factors associated with cesarean compared to vaginal delivery in a prospective, preconception pregnancy cohort study in Telangana State, India. Adjusted relative risks and 95% confidence intervals from multivariable models are presented. Among 1164 singleton births between 2010 and 2015, 46% were… Expand
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