Risk of uterine rupture

Robinson, Jean
March 2004
AIMS Journal;2004, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p16
Reports that a single-layer closure of the incision after a cesarean section may increase the risk of uterine rupture in a later pregnancy in Montreal, Quebec. Comparison with a double-layer closure; Dehiscence; Comments from the Association for Improvements in the Maternity Services.

Tags: UTERUS -- Rupture;  CESAREAN section;  PREGNANCY -- Complications;  OBSTETRICAL emergencies


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