Maternal Morbidity Associated With Multiple Repeat Cesarean Deliveries

  title={Maternal Morbidity Associated With Multiple Repeat Cesarean Deliveries},
  author={R. Silver and M. Landon and D. Rouse and K. Leveno and C. Spong and E. Thom and A. Moawad and S. Caritis and M. Harper and R. Wapner and Y. Sorokin and M. Miodovnik and M. Carpenter and A. Peaceman and M. O’Sullivan and B. Sibai and O. Langer and J. Thorp and S. Ramin and B. Mercer},
  journal={Obstetrics & Gynecology},
OBJECTIVE: Although repeat cesarean deliveries often are associated with serious morbidity, they account for only a portion of abdominal deliveries and are overlooked when evaluating morbidity. Our objective was to estimate the magnitude of increased maternal morbidity associated with increasing number of cesarean deliveries. METHODS: Prospective observational cohort of 30,132 women who had cesarean delivery without labor in 19 academic centers over 4 years (1999–2002). RESULTS: There were 6… Expand
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