Myth: babies would choose prelabour caesarean section.

Abstract

Interest in rising caesarean section (CS) rates focuses on the putative relative effects on maternal health and perinatal mortality, especially in 'non-medical', 'request' or 'repeat' planned prelabour CS (PLCS). Shortening pregnancy and avoiding labour affect fetal maturity. Babies who do not experience labour have significantly increased respiratory and… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.siny.2011.03.003

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