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Epidemiological Analysis of Mothers under Gone Caesarean Section at Medical College Hospital


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1 Dept. of Pathology, Govt. Medical College, Jagdalpur, (Bastar) - 494001, India
2 Govt. Medical College, Jagdalpur, (Bastar) - 494001, India
     

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Back ground: The distress, pain and struggle through a difficult labour is neither well tolerated by patients nor appreciated by Obstetrician. So use of Caesarean Section to terminate painful and difficult labour has increased the incidence tremendously. Objective: the objective was to study the determinants of Caesarian Section among mothers under gone the procedure. Material and Methods: The mothers under gone Caesarean Section in a medical college hospital. Study variables included mother's age, weight, Gravida, Gestational age, Basal pulse rate , Mean arterial pressure in mm. Hg., prity, history of previous Caesarean Section in earlier delivery. Statistical Analysis: The results were expressed in terms of mean ± SEM and proportion as and when required. Observations: Highest percentage of caesarean section has the previous history of the procedure in earlier delivery which was in accordance of the adage "once a caesarean always a caesarean". Vertex was the commonest presentation (81.11 %).Conclusion: The mothers who are at risk for Caesarean should be identified and high quality ante natal care should be given in order to minimize the complications of the procedure. As an unnecessary surgery is jeopardizing women's health, hence before recommending the procedure, all alternative method must be explored.

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Caesarean, Presentation, Mean.
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Shashi Kala Dhruv (Thakur)
Dept. of Pathology, Govt. Medical College, Jagdalpur, (Bastar) - 494001, India
A. Bansal
Govt. Medical College, Jagdalpur, (Bastar) - 494001, India
V. K. Dhruv
Govt. Medical College, Jagdalpur, (Bastar) - 494001, India
P. K. Kar
Govt. Medical College, Jagdalpur, (Bastar) - 494001, India
H. B. Rathi
Govt. Medical College, Jagdalpur, (Bastar) - 494001, India
P. K. Shrivastava
Govt. Medical College, Jagdalpur, (Bastar) - 494001, India

Abstract


Back ground: The distress, pain and struggle through a difficult labour is neither well tolerated by patients nor appreciated by Obstetrician. So use of Caesarean Section to terminate painful and difficult labour has increased the incidence tremendously. Objective: the objective was to study the determinants of Caesarian Section among mothers under gone the procedure. Material and Methods: The mothers under gone Caesarean Section in a medical college hospital. Study variables included mother's age, weight, Gravida, Gestational age, Basal pulse rate , Mean arterial pressure in mm. Hg., prity, history of previous Caesarean Section in earlier delivery. Statistical Analysis: The results were expressed in terms of mean ± SEM and proportion as and when required. Observations: Highest percentage of caesarean section has the previous history of the procedure in earlier delivery which was in accordance of the adage "once a caesarean always a caesarean". Vertex was the commonest presentation (81.11 %).Conclusion: The mothers who are at risk for Caesarean should be identified and high quality ante natal care should be given in order to minimize the complications of the procedure. As an unnecessary surgery is jeopardizing women's health, hence before recommending the procedure, all alternative method must be explored.

Keywords


Caesarean, Presentation, Mean.

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