Pregnant Nigerian women's view of cesarean section.

  title={Pregnant Nigerian women's view of cesarean section.},
  author={Ileogben Sunday-Adeoye and Collins A Kalu},
  journal={Nigerian journal of clinical practice},
  volume={14 3},
OBJECTIVE Cesarean section (C/S) is still being perceived as an abnormal means of delivery by many antenatal women in Nigeria. This study aims to determine the perceptions of antenatal clients in the southeastern Nigeria on C/S. MATERIALS AND METHODS The study was conducted using a structured questionnaire administered to 300 consenting pregnant clients attending the antenatal clinic. The data were analyzed and presented in a simple frequency table. RESULTS The average C/S rate in the… CONTINUE READING
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