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Study on Post Caesarean Section Wound Infection at Misurata Central Hospital and Al-Khoms Teaching Hospital , Libya .

@inproceedings{Osela2016StudyOP,
  title={Study on Post Caesarean Section Wound Infection at Misurata Central Hospital and Al-Khoms Teaching Hospital , Libya .},
  author={Mahmoud M. Osela},
  year={2016}
}
Now-a-days, caesarean section is a most common practice in Obstetric practices. Post Caesarean wound infection is a widespread aversion to caesarean delivery in developing countries. In order to control and prevent the post C/S wound infection in our places, there is a need to assess the relative contribution of each etiological factor. The aims this study to determine the incidence of post caesarean section wound infections among the patients at Misurata Central Hospital and Al-khoms teaching… Expand
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Incidence of Surgical Site Infection and Factors Associated among Cesarean Deliveries in Selected Government Hospitals in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 2019
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A hospital-based prospective cohort study design was employed to follow 175 women, who gave birth by cesarean delivery in selected government hospitals in Addis Ababa, from March 11 to April 9, 2019, and found that age, gestational age, duration of operation, and ≥5 vaginal examinations showed a significant association with the outcome variable. Expand

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