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Delivery after one previous CS. AJOG, 176, p.741

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Historical, incid of Cesarean Section has inc from 1:20 in 1970 to 1:4. Elective repeat Cesarean Section has been a major contributor to that inc. Cragins "rule" (New York Medical Journal 1916) of once a Cesarean Section always a Cesarean Section was during a time when a classical incision was made. It was in 1921 that Kerr and Holland recommended the use of transverse. Management in Dubin-accurate US determination of age and placenta localization. Avoid induction if possible, EFM but do not use IUPC, epidurals all right, OCYTOCIN IS USED WITH EXTREME CAUTION BECAUSE OF CONCERN OF RUPTURE OF UTERUS. The single most important predictor of success is previous vaginal delivery. Even in a modern OB unit, rupture is assoc with significant maternal and fetal mortality and morbidity including transfusion and hysterectomy. 10 year review at Coombe hospital in Dublin, 65,488 deliveries, 15 cases or uterine rupture. 13 of 15 ruptures occurred in multigravidas with previous Cesarean Section. 10 of 15 HAD LABOR INDUCED AND 13 PTS. RECEIVED PITOCIN. In contrast, Pitocin enhancement of spon labor is rarely assoc. with rupture.

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➡ vaginal birth after caesarean ; c-section/caesarean ; maternal age ; induction of labor ; post-term pregnancy

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Ken Turkowski — 01 Feb 2006

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