Which are the most Important Indications that must be solved by Cesarean Section? This is a Retrospective Study Conducted in a Tertiary Hospital Center in Tirana

Risida Gjonej, Albana Poloska, Mimoza Keta, Aurora Bajraktari

Abstract


Cesarean section is a major surgical procedure most commonly performed in women. In the last three decades it is increased all over the world and it is a major concern for many countries. Increasing number of cesarean delivery is occurring in countries with middle and higher income. Cesarean section might be an emergency procedure to save the mother/fetal life. Determination the incidence of cesarean deliveries, identifying contributing factors is the aim of this study. The study included all records from clinical charts, from January 2008 till December 2010. For statistical date is used SPSS 11.5 package and Chi-Square test. Accepted error is less than 5% (p <0.05). The incidence of cesarean delivery is 35.4 %. Repeated cesarean delivery is the main factor in the rising incidence of Cesarean section from year to year.

Keywords: Cesarean delivery, fetal complication, maternal indication, repeated cesarean delivery.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/(aj).v4i1.224

DOI (PDF): http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/(aj).v4i1.224.g1712

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