Oral : Vaginal Misoprostol : Which route for induction of term labor ?

  title={Oral : Vaginal Misoprostol : Which route for induction of term labor ?},
  author={Ratna Khatri Adhikari and Jyoti Sharma and Archana Amatya},
Labour is artificially induced if continuation of pregnancy is risk to mother, baby or both and the rate of induced labour as high as 20%. However successful vaginal delivery depends on preinduction cervical condition and when Bishop’s score is less than 5, often there is increased risk of prolonged labour, febrile morbidity and most important, a high caesarean delivery rate. In order to improve cervical score and induce myometrial contractility, prostaglandins in various forms and preparations… CONTINUE READING
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