Cesarean Section News and Research

Latest Cesarean Section News and Research

Medical treatment for gestational diabetes could prevent long-term complications in children

Medical treatment for gestational diabetes could prevent long-term complications in children

Research shows presence of yeasts and fungi in breast milk of healthy mothers

Research shows presence of yeasts and fungi in breast milk of healthy mothers

Study finds link between infant sleep duration and mother's level of education, prenatal depression

Study finds link between infant sleep duration and mother's level of education, prenatal depression

Augmentation of labor with higher doses of oxytocin does not reduce rate of cesarean sections

Augmentation of labor with higher doses of oxytocin does not reduce rate of cesarean sections

Unplanned C-sections put new mothers at greater risk of developing postnatal depression

Unplanned C-sections put new mothers at greater risk of developing postnatal depression

Counseling appointments fail to reduce weight gain during pregnancy, shows study

Counseling appointments fail to reduce weight gain during pregnancy, shows study

Early postpartum initiation of opioids associated with persistent use

Early postpartum initiation of opioids associated with persistent use

The Lancet study: First baby born following uterus transplantation from deceased donor

The Lancet study: First baby born following uterus transplantation from deceased donor

Transmission of gut bacteria from mother to baby is impacted in cesarean-born children

Transmission of gut bacteria from mother to baby is impacted in cesarean-born children

Researchers assess trends in efficacy of antibiotic prophylaxis regimens for surgical procedures

Researchers assess trends in efficacy of antibiotic prophylaxis regimens for surgical procedures

Research shows link between immune responses and environmental exposures early in life

Research shows link between immune responses and environmental exposures early in life

King's researchers analyze potential risks of C-section

King's researchers analyze potential risks of C-section

Hospitals differ largely in using 'trial of labor after cesarean delivery'

Hospitals differ largely in using 'trial of labor after cesarean delivery'

Study finds why pregnant women in mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan prefer cesarean delivery

Study finds why pregnant women in mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan prefer cesarean delivery

Elective induction of labor at 39 weeks may be beneficial option for women and their babies

Elective induction of labor at 39 weeks may be beneficial option for women and their babies

Birth mode may have acute effects on neurodevelopment, study suggests

Birth mode may have acute effects on neurodevelopment, study suggests

Overweight or obese mothers may have babies with multiple self-regulatory problems

Overweight or obese mothers may have babies with multiple self-regulatory problems

First gut bacteria in newborns may have lasting effect on ability to ward off chronic diseases

First gut bacteria in newborns may have lasting effect on ability to ward off chronic diseases

UAMS’ multi-disciplinary structure offers best maternal and fetal care

UAMS’ multi-disciplinary structure offers best maternal and fetal care

UIC to evaluate use of negative pressure wound therapy in obese and diabetic patients

UIC to evaluate use of negative pressure wound therapy in obese and diabetic patients