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Timing of sequential use of double-balloon catheter and oral misoprostol for induction of labor - Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Research - Vol. 42, 11 - p.1495-1501

Author(s) :

Kehl, S.; Böhm, L.; Weiss, C.; Heimrich, J.; Dammer, U.; Baier, F.; Sütterlin, M.; Beckmann, M.W.; Faschingbauer, F.

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2016

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https://www.scopus.com/inward/record.uri?eid=2-s2.…
https://doi.org/10.1111/jog.13089

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Aim: The best time to commence cervical ripening with a balloon catheter is unknown. The aim of this study was to evaluate whether application of a balloon catheter in the morning or in the evening is better when sequential prostaglandin application is planned. Methods: This multicenter historical cohort study included 415 women with an unfavorable cervix undergoing labor induction at term. Labor was induced with a double-balloon catheter and the sequential use of oral misoprostol if necessary. The balloon catheter was placed in the morning group between 02:00–15:00 and in the evening group between 15:00–02:00. The primary outcome measure was the cesarean section rate. Secondary outcome measures included failed labor induction (no vaginal delivery within 72 h). Results: The cesarean section rate did not differ between the groups (morning 26.9%, evening 24.3%; P = 0.5553); however, more women in the morning group did not deliver within 72 h (8.8% vs 3.1%; P = 0.0138). In nulliparous women, labor induction failed more often in the morning group (12% vs. 4%, P = 0.043). In parous women, the induction-to-delivery interval was longer in the morning group (1756 vs. 1349 min; P = 0.046), and there were fewer deliveries within 24 h (35% vs. 56%, P = 0.016). Conclusions: When sequential use of a double-balloon catheter and oral misoprostol for labor induction is planned, the preferable time for catheter placement is in the evening. This resulted in fewer failed inductions in nulliparous women and a shorter induction-to-delivery interval and more deliveries within 24 h in parous women. © 2016 Japan Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology

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➡ induction of labor ; misoprostol (Cytotec)

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