What is a reasonable time from decision-to-delivery by caesarean section? Evidence from 415 deliveri

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  title={What is a reasonable time from decision-to-delivery by caesarean section? Evidence from 415 deliveri},
  author={I. Z. Mackenzie and Inez Cooke},
  year={2002}
}
  • I. Z. Mackenzie, Inez Cooke
  • Published 2002
  • Medicine
  • This 12-month prospective study attempted to determine the decision-to-delivery interval (DDI) for women having nonelective cesarean at a major teaching hospital's obstetrical unit. Objects of inquiry included what factors influence the DDI and the effect of the DDI on the infant's condition at birth. Among 330 emergency cesarean deliveries where the decision was made during labor, the mean DDI was 43 minutes when fetal distress was present and 71 minutes when it was not. For 22 crash cesareans… CONTINUE READING

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