A Comparative Study of Maternal Morbidity and Mortality in Patient Undergoing Elective and Emergency Caesarean Section
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2022, Volume 9, Issue 1, Pages 1306-1312
AbstractBackground: Inspite of its importance there are not many studies on maternal morbidity and mortality with perinatal outcome in patients undergoing elective or emergency caesarean section, Most of the literatures available are either maternal morbidity or perinatal outcome and of other states. The present study was undertaken to know the effect of caesarean section on maternal and perinatal outcome. Caesarean section is the surgical intervention in case of serious delivery complications. This surgical procedure has been saving lives for a long period of time. The concern for the caesarean rates is due to its rapid increase over the period. Methods: This is prospective study was carried out on 300 patients undergoing caesarean section, both elective and emergency and their newborns in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology in Darbhanga medical college and Hospital, Darbhanga. The procedure of the study was explained and required consent for the study was taken. Examination of the patient was done and all relevant data was obtained. Details of indications for caesarean section, nature of operation,
Conclusion: Caesarean section rate can be reduced by combined efforts at all levels and by encouraging hospital vaginal deliveries of all the primigravida, grand-multiparous pregnant women and those who had previous caesarean section, provided adequate fetal monitoring and operative facilities are available.
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