alexa Breech births in Cesarean Section

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Breech births in Cesarean Section

When the baby is delivered buttocks or feet first instead of head-first position mentioned as breech delivery. Up to 4% of deliveries are breech births, ensuring the health and safety of the mother and infant during child birth is of the utmost importance. Findings indicate that elective C-section rates increased from 24% to 60%, resulting in a decrease of infant mortality from 1.3/1000 to 0.7/1000. Perinatal mortality remained the same in the group of planned vaginal deliveries. Researchers determined that there needed to be 338 cesareans to prevent one perinatal death. Further analysis could not identify pregnancy related factors that placed women at low versus high risk of poor neonatale outcome during vaginal breech birth. While elective C-section has improved neonatal outcomes there is still a good number of women who attempt vaginal birth. Findings suggest there is still room for improvement to prevent unnessary risk to the infant. We recommend using measures to turn the baby to prevent breech presentation at birth and counselling women who want to proceed with a vaginal breech birth. When the baby is delivered buttocks or feet first instead of head-first position mentioned as breech delivery. Up to 4% of deliveries are breech births, ensuring the health and safety of the mother and infant during child birth is of the utmost importance. Findings indicate that elective C-section rates increased from 24% to 60%, resulting in a decrease of infant mortality from 1.3/1000 to 0.7/1000. Perinatal mortality remained the same in the group of planned vaginal deliveries. Researchers determined that there needed to be 338 cesareans to prevent one perinatal death. Further analysis could not identify pregnancy related factors that placed women at low versus high risk of poor neonatale outcome during vaginal breech birth. While elective C-section has improved neonatal outcomes there is still a good number of women who attempt vaginal birth. Findings suggest there is still room for improvement to prevent unnessary risk to the infant. We recommend using measures to turn the baby to prevent breech presentation at birth and counselling women who want to proceed with a vaginal breech birth. 

 
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