Outcomes of induction of labour in women with previous caesarean delivery

Sarah J. Stock, Evelyn Ferguson, Andrew Duffy, Ian Ford, James Chalmers, Jane E. Norman

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There is evidence that induction of labour (IOL) around term reduces perinatal mortality and caesarean delivery rates when compared to expectant management of pregnancy (allowing the pregnancy to continue to await spontaneous labour or definitive indication for delivery). However, it is not clear whether IOL in women with a previous caesarean section confers the same benefits. The aim of this study was to describe outcomes of IOL at 39-41 weeks in women with one previous caesarean delivery and to compare outcomes of IOL or planned caesarean delivery to those of expectant management.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)e60404
JournalPLoS ONE
Issue number4
Publication statusPublished - 2013

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  • Adult Cesarean Section Female Humans Labor, Induced Odds Ratio Perinatal Mortality Postpartum Hemorrhage Pregnancy Retrospective Studies Uterine Rupture Young Adult


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