Prediction of successful vaginal birth after caesarean section based on Flamm and Geiger scoring system a prospective observational study

@article{Sahu2018PredictionOS,
  title={Prediction of successful vaginal birth after caesarean section based on Flamm and Geiger scoring system a prospective observational study},
  author={Rajshree Sahu and Naimaa K. Chaudhary and Asha Sharma},
  journal={International journal of reproduction, contraception, obstetrics and gynecology},
  year={2018},
  volume={7},
  pages={3998}
}
Caesarean section is the most common operation in modern day obstetrics. Births by caesarean, many of them unnecessary, have started to increase globally. This rising rate is an issue of particular concern in the global maternity care field, due to the increased adverse maternal and neonatal outcomes associated with caesarean section. If rates continue to rise at the same pace as in recent years, the overall rate of caesarean is projected to be 56% by 2020. 

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