Cesarean Section

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Elective Cesarean Section Deliveries Rising   -  Apr 25, 2005
Birth by cesarean section is again on the rise, say doctors, as more women are choosing to have their babies delivered surgically. ... FOXNews

A 'flawless' birth for little Shiloh ; Mom had a cesarean section;...   -  May 31, 2006
Jolie, 30, had a scheduled cesarean section in Namibia's Cottage Private Hospital, according to a statement Tuesday from the couple and their Los Angeles ... Pay-Per-View - USA TODAY - ProQuest Archiver

Cesarean section linked to allergy in children   -  Sep 18, 2008
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Among children who have a parent with allergies or asthma, delivery cesarean section appears to increase the odds that they will ... Reuters UK

Cesarean for a quick buck?   -  Apr 27, 2007
In many parts of urban India, women having cesarean section deliveries seems ... It is estimated that cesarean section rate is almost as high as 65 per cent ... Moneycontrol.com

Vitamin D linked to Cesarean section   -  Dec 24, 2008
BOSTON, Dec. 24 (UPI) -- Pregnant women who are vitamin D deficient are at an increased risk for delivering a baby by Cesarean section, US researchers said. ... UPI.com

Test helps predict labor success after c-section   -  Jan 30, 2009
In the study of 236 women who had a prior cesarean section, researchers found that a lower uterine segment thickness below 2.3 millimeters as seen on ... Reuters UK

Cesarean Section: Planned and Unplanned, Risks, and Recovery of a C- …   -  Feb 28, 2008
If you have had a C-section and would like information about how a cesarean affects future deliveries, see the topic Vaginal Birth After Cesarean (VBAC). ... WebMD

… too many C-sections?(cesarean section) | Article from Newsweek |...   -  Apr 3, 2006
...cesarean section) ... find Newsweek articles. Byline: Jennifer Barrett A decade ago, cesarean-section births were often a last resort, performe... Pay-Per-View - Newsweek - HighBeam Research

Woman gives birth by rare seventh cesarean section in Rehovot   -  Sep 7, 2009
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH. A hassidic woman gave birth to her ninth child on Monday - the seventh by cesarean section - at Kaplan Medical Center in Rehovot. ... Jerusalem Post

C-section not tied to subsequent stillbirth   -  Jan 1, 2010
..."Our study," study chief Dr. Stephen L. Wood told Reuters Health, "did not confirm the previously described association between cesarean section and ... Reuters India

MEDICINE; ESOTERICA MEDICA; Cesarean section's ancient history   -  May 1, 2006
More and more women are giving birth by cesarean section, not just in the U.S. but also abroad: In some Brazilian cities, at least half of all deliveries ... Pay-Per-View - Los Angeles Times - ProQuest Archiver

C-section not tied to subsequent stillbirth   -  Dec 20, 2009
..."Our study," study chief Dr. Stephen L. Wood told Reuters Health, "did not confirm the previously described association between cesarean section and ... Reuters UK

Nation's cesarean section rates too high: physicians   -  Mar 26, 2007
By Angelica Oung. "It's true that many of those undergoing cesarean sections had problem pregnancies necessitating the procedure. ... Taipei Times - Taipei Times

C-section may avert later pelvic surgery   -  Sep 2, 2005
Women with a first pregnancy who deliver by cesarean section seem to be ... “Cesarean section may reduce the risk of additional trauma at the time of ... msnbc.com

Cesarean section linked to allergy in children   -  Aug 2, 2008
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Among children who have a parent with allergies or asthma, delivery cesarean section appears to increase the odds that they will ... Canada.com

Obesity as an Obstetric Risk Factor: Does It Matter in a Perinatal...   -  Jun 7, 2005
In the group with BMI 30 kg/m 2 , the cesarean section rate was ... As expected, our data showed a dramatic increase of the cesarean section rate. ... Nature.com

Elective C-Section: 38th Week Too Soon?   -  Dec 11, 2007
..."Mothers who choose elective cesarean section should be aware that the ... That is why we say you should never do elective cesarean section at 37 weeks." ... CBS News

For C-section, wait full term: babies born before, after 9 months...   -  Jan 31, 2009
Body & Brain)(cesarean section )(Report) ... find Science News articles. Babies delivered by cesarean section a week or two before the full 39 weeks of ... Pay-Per-View - Science News - HighBeam Research

… Way.(Society; Health)(popularity of Cesarean section in child...   -  Jan 28, 2008
Society; Health)(popularity of Cesarean section in child delivery) ... find Newsweek articles. Byline: Jennie Yabroff One third of babies in this country ... Pay-Per-View - Newsweek - HighBeam Research

Boom in C-section births   -  Jan 13, 2010
In this photo taken December 4, 2009, medical staff delivers a birth by cesarean section at a hospital in Mianyang in southwestern China's Sichuan province. ... Straits Times

More women turn to cesarean section   -  Mar 20, 2005
Just 10 years ago, cesarean section was considered a dangerous, costly surgery that doctors overused, insurers discouraged and women dreaded. ... $2.95 - Philadelphia Inquirer - NewsBank

Outcomes associated with cesarean section versus vaginal breech …   -  Oct 12, 2006
Abstract presented in poster format at the 51st Annual Meeting of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, April 2003. ... Nature.com

Cesarean Section: Planned and Unplanned, Risks, and Recovery of a C- …   -  Feb 28, 2008
If she gets pregnant again, a woman with a C-section scar has a small risk of the scar tearing open during labor (uterine rupture). ... WebMD

Beware risks of cesarean-section epidemic   -  Jun 27, 2009
As a physician and OB/GYN for more than 35 years, I have long been concerned about the skyrocketing rate of cesarean section deliveries in the United States ... Press-Enterprise

'Birth … is not the end, it's the beginning'   -  Jan 17, 2010
I sent each physician their cesarean section rate each year, along with the hospital-wide cesarean section rate. And I would write a letter with it that ... Providence Journal

Cesarean births hit record level   -  Jun 25, 2008
...“The medical-legal situation makes it such that if there's any doubt or any risk we may be a bit quicker going to cesarean section as an alternative.? ... Globe and Mail

Induced Labor May Prevent Need for Cesarean Section   -  Aug 18, 2009
TUESDAY, Aug. 18 (HealthDay News) -- Inducing labor doesn't necessarily increase the risk of Cesarean section delivery, according to a study that challenges ... U.S. News & World Report

Court awards woman left sterile by C-section NIS 250,000 compensation   -  Oct 6, 2006
She delivered a healthy baby by cesarean section. Two weeks later, she was hospitalized again with high fever and severe lower stomach pains. ... Ha'aretz

Why so many women have C-sections   -  Mar 26, 2007
A recent NIH conference suggested that a small study of Cesarean section on demand before labor did not been show an association with higher risks and the ... msnbc.com

'Birth … is not the end, it's the beginning'   -  Jan 12, 2010
I sent each physician their cesarean section rate each year, along with the hospital-wide cesarean section rate. And I would write a letter with it that ... Providence Journal

Cesarean Section - How a Cesarean Section Is Done   -  Feb 28, 2008
Most cesarean sections are performed with epidural or spinal anesthesia, used to numb sensation in the abdominal area. Only in an emergency situation or ... WebMD

Cesarean section.   -  May 1, 2007
What is a Cesarean section? A cesarean (se-ZAYR-ee-an) section is one way that a baby can be delivered. Caregivers will do this surgery when you cannot have ... Free with registration - CareNotes - AccessMyLibrary.com

Patient dies during C-section at Beth Israel Deaconess   -  Oct 21, 2008
The risk of death from a Cesarean section is estimated at less than 1 in 2500, according to information on the Beth Israel Deaconess website. ... Boston Globe

Neonatal mortality and morbidity in vertex–vertex second twins...   -  Nov 24, 2005
Physicians may be more reluctant to perform emergency cesarean section for ... We suggest that routine cesarean section might be beneficial for those with ... Nature.com

More Prospective Moms Opt for C-Sections   -  Jan 14, 2006
A rise in birth weights is seen as one of several reasons more women than ever are delivering babies by Cesarean section in this country. ... ABC News

At the cutting edge of birth | Article from Jerusalem Post | HighBeam...   -  Aug 9, 2009
A cesarean section - which was not named after Julius Caesar but may come from the ... liberal view of whether to perform a cesarean section on women who ... Pay-Per-View - Jerusalem Post - HighBeam Research

National Study Finds Second Cesarean Section Safer Than Normal …   -  Jan 3, 2005
ScienceDaily (Jan. 3, 2005) — WINSTON-SALEM, NC – For a pregnant woman who already has had one cesarean delivery, an attempt at vaginal delivery is more ... sciencedaily.com

Rising Cesarean Section Rates May Be Tied to Biological Changes   -  Jun 30, 2008
By Nicole Ostrow. June 30 (Bloomberg) -- Older women are more likely than those who are younger to have a Cesarean section because of changes in the body as ... Bloomberg

Cesarean section: overview.(Women's Health Advisor 2007)   -  May 31, 2007
A cesarean section is an abdominal operation performed to deliver a baby. It may be done when delivery through the birth canal (vagina) is not possible or ... $4.95 - Clinical Reference Systems - ECNext

The right to choose a C-section   -  Nov 10, 2009
Should pregnant women have the right to demand a cesarean section even if ... The World Health Organization also adds that a cesarean section rate above 15% ... CANOE

The economic case for planned cesarean section for breech presentation...   -  Apr 11, 2006
Breech presentation occurs in 3%-4% of deliveries. The optimal method for delivering these babies has been a controversial issue in obstetrics. ... Free with registration - CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association... - AccessMyLibrary.com

Asian mom, white dad: C-section more likely   -  Oct 1, 2008
Researchers have found that Asian women pregnant with white men's babies are more likely to deliver by cesarean section, and are now recommending that ... Globe and Mail

Cesarean Section Can Cause Lung Issues in Babies   -  Dec 17, 2007
By Stefan Anitei, Science Editor. This is turning into a birth choice. Cesarean sections keep the "toy" intact and remove many risks and complications. ... Softpedia

Method identifies risk factors for second C-section.(Obstetrics)   -  Oct 15, 2005
The risk of emergency cesarean section was increased by factors such as the mother ... The investigators also found that as the risk of cesarean section ... Free with registration - OB GYN News - AccessMyLibrary.com

The Peritoneum—To Close or Not to Close During a Cesarean Section?   -  Sep 1, 2006
By John C. Hobbins, MD, Professor and Chief of Obstetrics, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Denver, is Associate Editor for OB/GYN Clinical ... Free with registration - OB/GYN Clinical Alert - AccessMyLibrary.com

What you should know about breech births   -  Aug 8, 2009
I realize that cesarean section poses a risk of infection and other ... But I'd beg for a cesarean section after what I have personally observed over the ... Toronto Sun

NPR Health News Brief: Feb. 13 - Feb. 19   -  Feb 18, 2005
Feb. 18, 2005 -- A committee advising the Food and Drug Administration on whether painkillers like Celebrex and Vioxx should be marketed has voted in favor ... NPR

Digital Chosunilbo (English Edition) : Daily News in English About...   -  Aug 9, 2007
The number of mothers who give birth by cesarean section is on the decline and ... The number of mothers opting for cesarean section fell by 4.1 percentage ... 조선?보 - 조선?보(?문?)

Trend to C-section births worries some doctors   -  Nov 12, 2008
Increasingly, American mothers are opting to give birth by cesarean section - commonly known as a C-section - a week or more before their due dates. ... San Francisco Chronicle

Previous cesarean section and the risk of postpartum maternal …   -  Jul 23, 2009
Correspondence: Dr AM Galyean, Long Beach Memorial Medical Center, 2880 Long Beach Blvd. Suite 400, Long Beach, CA 90806, USA. E-mail: annagalyean@gmail.com ... Nature.com

Mother, baby revived after 'dying' in labor   -  Jan 2, 2010
After the Cesarean section, some of the team rushed his wife to the operating room while the others attended to Coltyn. “They hand him to me, ... msnbc.com

… demands quick trip to OR.(cesarean section)(operating room) - OB...   -  Apr 15, 2006
...cesarean section)(operating room) ... find OB GYN News articles. PASADENA, CALIF. -- Get a pregnant woman with cardiac arrest to the operating room. Pay-Per-View - OB GYN News - HighBeam Research

Mother, 67, and baby still in intensive care   -  Jan 18, 2005
Doctors performed the Cesarean section after the smaller of Iliescu's twins died in the womb, the spokeswoman said. That child weighed just 700 grams, ... Sydney Morning Herald

Source: CCTV.com   -  Sep 11, 2008
Li Tong suggested that they carry out the Cesarean section first and then ... Then as soon as the Cesarean section was over, they would administer full body ... 央视国际

Article: Birth date not always up to baby; C-section, inducing give...   -  Sep 4, 2007
Women trying for a vaginal birth after cesarean section ... electronic fetal monitoring, Dr. Hugh Miller reported ... In a study involving 124 vaginal birth ... Pay-Per-View - Washington Times - HighBeam Research

Cesarean section: overview.(Women's Health Advisor 2006)(Medical …   -  Nov 1, 2006
A cesarean section is an abdominal operation performed to deliver a baby. It may be done when delivery through the birth canal (vagina) is not possible or ... $4.95 - Clinical Reference Systems - ECNext

… obese women could boost cesarean section rates.(Women's Health)   -  Sep 1, 2005
PALM DESERT, CALIF. -- There may be a threshold of morbid obesity associated with a sharply increased risk of nonelective cesarean delivery that is not ... Free with registration - Family Practice News - AccessMyLibrary.com

Cesarean section: overview.   -  May 24, 2006
A cesarean section is an abdominal operation performed to deliver a baby. It may be done when delivery through the birth canal (vagina) is not possible or ... $4.95 - Clinical Reference Systems - ECNext

Palm Beach Post, The : 'C' IS FOR ...CESAREAN-SECTION   -  Jun 20, 2008
Palm Beach Post, The : Complete full-text content of local and regional news, including community events, schools, politics, government policies, ... Pay-Per-View - Palm Beach Post - NewsBank

As Fans Rally with Cards and Sympathy, Elizabeth Taylor Once Again …   -  Jan 20, 2010
1953 Son Michael Wilding is delivered by cesarean section in Santa Monica. May 1953 Undergoes surgery in LA to prevent blindness after a bit of flint blows ... People Magazine

Cesarean Section | Baby Chums   -  May 22, 2009
Doctor Sherif Abdel-Fattah, 47, was captured on camera speeding at 36mph in a 30mph zone as he rushed to hospital to save the life of a woman suffering from ... Baby Chums

Spinal drug soothes pain from cesarean section birth .   -  Feb 20, 2007
The joys of new motherhood, especially in the hours just after delivery, can be many. But for women who experience a planned or unplanned cesarean section, ... Star-News - Google News Archive

Vaginal birth after C-section.(LETTERS)(Letter to the Editor) |...   -  Apr 15, 2005
Article: Should primary elective cesarean section be ... OB GYN News; October 15, ... Article: Experts say cesarean section rates are headed ... ... Pay-Per-View - OB GYN News - HighBeam Research

Anna Nicole Smith's Son Dies - Part 1.   -  Sep 12, 2006
She was brought in, had a routine Cesarean section that was done under epidural anesthesia. The Cesarean section was non-complicated. ... Free with registration - America's Intelligence Wire - AccessMyLibrary.com

Two more swine flu victims hospitalized in serious condition. East …   -  Jul 31, 2009
East Jerusalem woman with H1N1 has baby by cesarean section ... find Jerusalem Post articles. JUDY SIEGEL JUDY SIEGEL Jerusalem Post 07-31-2009 Two more ... Pay-Per-View - Jerusalem Post - HighBeam Research

Spinal drug soothes pain from cesarean section birth .   -  Feb 21, 2007
But for women who experience a planned or unplanned cesarean section, the pain that results can leave them feeling anything but joyful. ... Star-News - Google News Archive

Source: CCTV.com   -  Sep 8, 2008
A pregnant woman has two main options for delivering her baby – natural delivery and cesarean section. But now there is a third way. ... 央视国际

C-Section Crisis Demands Congressional Review, USA   -  Apr 16, 2005
...“Cesarean section remains one of the most frequently performed surgical ... Dr. Carr continued, “The debate over elective cesarean section is being driven ... i-newswire.com

Article: Cesarean section when it's not medically necessary: safe...   -  Jul 1, 2006
Cesarean section when it's not medically necessary: safe practice or risky decision? ... find Women's Health Activist articles. Recently, you may have read ... Pay-Per-View - Women's Health Activist - HighBeam Research

Cesarean section rates climbing in Washington state   -  Aug 23, 2008
More babies are being delivered by cesarean section at the same time as medical groups are trying to reduce the procedures' frequency. By Sharon Salyer ... HeraldNet

Spinal drug soothes pain from cesarean section birth .   -  Feb 21, 2007
The joys of new motherhood, especially in the hours just after delivery, can be many. But for women who experience a planned or unplanned cesarean section, ... Star-News - Google News Archive

Cesarean Section - Why It Is Done   -  Feb 28, 2008
Some cesarean deliveries are planned ahead of time; others are done when a quick delivery is needed to ensure the mother's and infant's well-being. ... WebMD

Neonatal morbidity risk increases with early repeat C-section   -  Jan 11, 2009
Those women, having elective repeat cesarean section at 37 weeks gestation, ... These women were chosen from the Cesarean Section Registry of the above ... HealthJockey.com

Asthma Risk Higher In Children Born By C-Section   -  Dec 3, 2008
Babies born via cesarean section are more likely to be asthmatic in ... This association between cesarean section and asthma was strengthened by the ... Medical News Today - Medical News Today (press release)

C-Section Crisis Demands Congressional Review, USA   -  Apr 14, 2005
..."Cesarean section remains one of the most frequently performed surgical ... Dr. Carr continued, "The debate over elective cesarean section is being driven ... Medical News Today - Medical News Today (press release)

When 'natural' seems too risky; More women are choosing cesareans -- ...   -  Jan 16, 2006
Babies delivered by cesarean section have more respiratory infections later in life, and may have more gastrointestinal tract problems as well. ... Pay-Per-View - Los Angeles Times - ProQuest Archiver

USNews.com: Health: In Brief: Pregnancy, Infertility, and Infants:...   -  Jan 8, 2010
Thirty-nine percent of the women attempted labor and 34 percent chose to have a cesarean section. (The rest didn't fit into the study for one reason or ... U.S. News & World Report

Elective Cesareans up breathing problems   -  Dec 13, 2007
The researchers compared 2687 infants delivered by elective Cesarean section with infants with a vaginal delivery and found infants delivered by elective ... UPI.com

C-section crisis demands congressional review   -  Apr 19, 2005
...“Cesarean section remains one of the most frequently performed surgical ... Dr. Carr continued, “The debate over elective cesarean section is being driven ... News-Medical.net

Nationally, Cesarean section rates have been increasing every year...   -  Jul 1, 2009
Nationally, Cesarean section rates have been increasing every year and have increased by more than 50% over the last decade.(SORE SPOT)(Brief article) ... Pay-Per-View - Women's Health Activist - HighBeam Research

Avera Medical Minute: Elective Cesarean Section   -  Jul 3, 2008
By Nancy Naeve Brown. In this busy day and age wouldn't it be nice to plan out everything? Some soon-to-be-mothers would like to do that with child birth, ... KSFY

… Associated With Increased Cesarean Section Need And Impaired...   -  Jul 1, 2008
Impaired contraction of the womb could be a contributor to the association between older maternal age and the increased rate of cesarean sections, ... Medical News Today - Medical News Today (press release)

Cesarean section when it's not medically necessary: safe practice or...   -  Jul 1, 2006
Recently, you may have read news articles stating that cesarean sections pose no extra risk to women who are giving birth, (1) or that "it may be reasonable ... $4.95 - Women's Health Activist - ECNext

Boy Oh Boy! - Birth, Fertility Issues, Proud Papas, Celine Dion, Rene...   -  Jan 24, 2010
..."Everybody was just crying tears of joy," says Dion's obstetrician Dr. Ronald Ackerman, 48, who assisted in the cesarean section delivery performed by his ... People Magazine

Breech Position and Breech Birth - Treatment Overview   -  Apr 28, 2008
Most breech infants are delivered by planned cesarean section (C-section) to prevent harm to the ... For more information, see the topic Cesarean Section. ... WebMD

REMINDER: ORLive Presents: Cesarean Section Birth Procedure Used to …   -  Mar 13, 2008
MERRIAM, KS -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 03/13/08 -- Experience the miracle of birth during a live broadcast from Shawnee Mission Medical Center. ... Web Services Journal - Web Services Journal

ORLive Presents: Cesarean Section Birth Procedure Used to Deliver …   -  Feb 28, 2008
MERRIAM, KS -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 02/28/08 -- Experience the miracle of birth during a live broadcast from Shawnee Mission Medical Center. ... Web Services Journal - Web Services Journal

… using warm water immersion for labor can reduce cesarean section...   -  Oct 9, 2007
Forrister concluded that after the institution of the waterbirth program at their facility, the cesarean section rate dropped from 22% in 1997 to 14% in ... webwire.com

Effects of a Pressure Dressing on Post-Cesarean Section   -  Apr 13, 2006
Objective: The objective of the study was to quantify the compression produced by a pressure dressing. Study Design: Using a Stryker Intra-Compartmental ... Medscape

'Birth ... is not the end, it's the beginning'   -  Jul 6, 2008
I sent each physician their cesarean section rate each year, along with the hospital-wide cesarean section rate. And I would write a letter with it that ... Pay-Per-View - Providence Journal - ProQuest Archiver

Anna Nicole Sedated After Son's Death   -  Sep 14, 2006
Minnis is the physician who performed the cesarean section on the model. ... I saw her today, just checking on the cut of the cesarean section," he said. ... CBS News

Predicting Emergency C-Section During VBAC   -  Sep 14, 2005
Consider the use of this model for clinical estimation of the risk of emergency cesarean section among women with a prior cesarean delivery attempting ... MedPage Today

Colo. mom, baby revived after Christmas Eve birth   -  Dec 30, 2009
Doctors performed an emergency Cesarean section and were miraculously able to ... After the Cesarean section, some of the team rushed his wife to the ... Atlanta Journal Constitution

C-section now doesn't preclude natural birth later   -  Aug 28, 2006
...dear little mixed-breed recently had puppies by dog cesarean section. ... Just because a dog has had one cesarean section does not mean that she cannot have ... Victoria Advocate - Google News Archive

Possible Biological Explanation for C-Section-linked Allergies and …   -  May 13, 2008
They found that babies born by cesarean section showed a reduction in the suppressive function of their regulatory T-cells. There was a trend for lower ... newswise.com

Biological Explanation for C-section-linked Allergies, Asthma Found   -  May 23, 2008
They found that babies born by cesarean section showed a reduction in the suppressive function of their regulatory T-cells. There was a trend for lower ... MedIndia

How safe is vaginal birth after cesarean section for the mother and...   -  Feb 1, 2006
Compared with planned repeat low-transverse cesarean section, vaginal birth after cesarean section (VBAC) is not associated with increased risk of maternal ... $4.95 - Journal of Family Practice - ECNext

Article: Elective cesarean: honor her choice.(C-section on maternal …   -  Apr 15, 2006
Article: Should primary elective cesarean section be performed on . ... Nor is cesarean section necessarily a panacea ... studies indicate that C-sections ... Pay-Per-View - OB GYN News - HighBeam Research

cesarean section   -  May 28, 2008
...cesarean also spelled Caesarian, surgical removal of a fetus, at or before full term, from the uterus through an abdominal incision. ... Subscription - Encyclopedia Britannica

'Cesarean section'; 'blue bag'   -  Jan 12, 2005
I've read that the term "cesarean section'' comes from the belief that Julius Caesar was delivered in this way. What is the evidence that the term came from ... jewishworldreview.com



Background information on Cesarean Section [When available]

A caesarean section (cesarean section AE), or c-section, is a form of childbirth in which a surgical incision is made through a mother's abdomen (laparotomy) and uterus (hysterotomy) to deliver one or more babies. It is usually performed when a vaginal delivery would lead to medical complications, although it is increasingly common for otherwise normal births as well.

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