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Maternal and perinatal effects of vaginal delivery after caesarean section

Sibel Ozler, Efser Oztas, Basak Gumus Guler, Aykan Yucel, Dilek Uygur

   

Abstract
We aimed to determine the risk factors of vaginal delivery after caesarean section (VDAC) that may be effective on maternal and neonatal outcomes and compare the pregnancy outcomes of VDAC with the results of the previous caesarean delivery. 36 women, who had VDAC in Dr. Zekai Tahir Burak Women’s Health Education and Research Hospital between 2009-2014 years, were included in this study. Mean age of patients was 32.53± 3.595, mean birth week of previous caesarean was 38.21 ± 1.84 and mean birth week of present vaginal delivery was 36,10 ± 3,99. Birth weeks of previous caesarean and present vaginal deliveries were significantly different. Neonatal birth weight was not significantly different between these groups. Gravida and parity of the patient, and the number of previous vaginal deliveries, have been identified as factors that reduce adverse pregnancy outcomes by lineer regression analysis. Increased number of previous vaginal deliveries, gravida and parity reduce the adverse pregnancy outcomes in women having VDAC.

Key words: Vaginal delivery after cesarean, caesarean, maternal and perinatal complications

Med-Science. 2016; 5(4): 957-60

 
Medicine Science Vol:5 Issue:4 Year:2016 PP:919-1084
Posted in Vol: 5 Issue: 4 Year: 2016 December pp: 919-1084

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