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General anesthesia for cesarean section: are we doing it well?

Choi SU

Korea has a higher rate of cesarean sections under general anesthesia than in other countries. Neuraxial anesthesia is the gold standard for a cesarean section, but there are some cases...
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Non-invasive continuous blood pressure monitoring using the ClearSight system for pregnant women at high risks of post-partum hemorrhage: comparison with invasive blood pressure monitoring during cesarean section

Misugi T, Juri T, Suehiro K, Kitada K, Kurihara Y, Tahara M, Hamuro A, Nakano A, Koyama M, Mori T, Tachibana D

Objective This study aimed to investigate the accuracy and precision of continuous, non-invasive blood pressure obtained using the ClearSight system by comparing it with invasive arterial blood pressure, and to assess...
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Early initiation of breastfeeding and factors associated with its delay among mothers at discharge from a single hospital

Mary JJF, Sindhuri R, Kumaran AA, Dongre AR

Background: According to the National Family Health Survey– 4, in India, 78.9% of deliveries occur in institutions, although only 42.6% of new mothers initiate breastfeeding within 1 hour of delivery. Purpose:...
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Association between Pelvic Parameters and Vaginal Delivery

Yamada T, Yamato Y, Hasegawa T, Yoshida G, Yasuda T, Banno T, Arima H, Oe S, Mihara Y, Ushirozako H, Ide K, Watanabe Y, Hosino H, Matsuyama Y

Study Design: Cross-sectional study. Purpose: To investigate the association between vaginal delivery and pelvic parameters and clarify the effect of parity on parameter fluctuations. Overview of Literature: During vaginal delivery, the sacroiliac...
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Prevalence and risk factors of low back and pelvic pain in women with rectus abdominis diastasis: a multicenter retrospective cohort study

Yuan S, Wang H, Zhou J

Background: To explore the association between low back pain (LBP) and pelvic pain (PP) and rectus abdominis diastasis (RAD) in postpartum women and identify the characteristics and risk factors. Methods: Women...
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Effects of Early Oral Feeding versus Delayed Oral Feeding on Bowel Function, Gastrointestinal Complications and Surgical Recovery after Cesarean Section under Regional Anesthesia: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Kim H, Jeon Y, Yoon S, Lee G

Purpose: This study aimed to assess combined effects of early oral feeding after Cesarean section (C/S) under regional anesthesia on bowel function, gastrointestinal complications and surgical recovery. Methods: A systematic...
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Adverse Birth Outcomes Among Pregnant Women With and Without COVID-19: A Comparative Study From Bangladesh

Binte Masud S, Zebeen F, Alam DW, Hossian M, Zaman S, Begum RA, Nabi MH, Hawlader MDH

Objectives: Pregnant women are especially vulnerable to respiratory infections such as coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), but insufficient research has investigated pregnancy and its outcomes in women with COVID-19. This cross-sectional...
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Effects of Diagnosis-Related Group-Based Payment System on the Risk-Adjusted Cesarean Section Rate

Kwak JM, Lee KS

Background: This study analyzed the effect of applying the diagnosis-related group (DRG)-based payment system, which was implemented in July 2012 for hospitals and clinics nationwide, on the cesarean section rate. Methods:...
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The Analysis of Perfusion Index and Plethysmographic Variability Index During Elective Cesarean Section

Ha NJ, Hong JH

Background: Hypotension following spinal anesthesia of Cesarean section is mainly caused by peripheral vasodilation and venous pooling due to sympathetic blockade. The degree of sympathetic blockade is known to affect...
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Infection control of operating room and anesthesia for cesarean section during the COVID-19 outbreak in Daegu, the Republic of Korea -a case series-

Oh J, Kim E, Kim H, Lee SA, Lee KH, Yu MH, An J

Background: The coronavirus disease-19 (COVID-19) was first reported in Wuhan, China, with Korea being subsequently exposed. In Korea, COVID-19 screening guidelines have been established in every hospital as an attempt...
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Comparison of the effect of general and spinal anesthesia for elective cesarean section on maternal and fetal outcomes: a retrospective cohort study

Sung TY, Jee YS, You HJ, Cho CK

Background: Anesthesia is needed to ensure both maternal and fetal safety during cesarean sections. This retrospective cohort study compared maternal and fetal outcomes between general and spinal anesthesia for cesarean...
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The Correlation between Maternal Anteand Postpartum Depression and Mode of Delivery: Preliminary Study

Koo HS, Kim YR, Park JY, Jhung K, Chung K, Cho HY

Objective: To investigate the relationship of prenatal and postnatal depression and mode of delivery. Methods: The study population consisted of 35 pregnant women who underwent antenatal care in Bundang CHA Medical...
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Management of massive hemorrhage in pregnant women with placenta previa

Park HS, Cho HS

Patients with placenta previa are at risk for intra- and postpartum massive blood loss as well as increased risk of placenta accreta, a type of abnormal placental implantation. This condition...
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Emergency cesarean section performed in a patient with confirmed severe acute respiratory syndrome Coronavirus-2 -a case report-

Lee DH, Lee J, Kim E, Woo K, Park HY, An J

Background: Since the first case of severe acute respiratory syndrome Coronavirus-2 (SARS-CoV-2) occurred in Wuhan in December 2019, the virus has spread globally. The World Health Organization declared the virus...
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Spinal anesthesia for urgent Cesarean section in a patient with uncontrolled hyperthyroidism due to Graves’ disease - A case report -

Park S, Choi S, Jeong J, Kim J

Background: Effective treatment of Graves’ disease during pregnancy is important because uncontrolled hyperthyroidism is associated with increased fetal and maternal morbidity and mortality. While there have been case...
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Successful management of uncontrolled postpartum hemorrhage due to morbidly adherent placenta with Resuscitative endovascular balloon occlusion of the aorta during emergency cesarean section - A case report -

Ji SM, Cho C, Choi G, Song J, Kwon MA, Park JH, Kim S

Background: Morbidly adherent placenta (MAP) may cause life-threatening postpartum hemorrhage (PPH) requiring massive transfusions. Furthermore, it could endanger the lives of both mother and baby. Despite various efforts, such as...
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Evaluation of changes in anesthetic methods for cesarean delivery: an analysis for 5 years using the big data of the Korean Health Insurance Review and Assessment Service

Park JI, Park SH, Kang MS, Kang GW, Kim ST

Background: As an anesthesia induced during cesarean section, spinal anesthesia is preferred over general and epidural anesthesia. This study aimed to review the trend of anesthetic methods for cesarean section...
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Secular trends in cesarean sections and risk factors in South Korea (2006–2015)

Kim HY, Lee D, Kim J, Noh E, Ahn KH, Hong SC, Kim HJ, Oh MJ, Cho GJ

Objective This study aimed to investigate trends in the rate of cesarean sections (CSs) in South Korea from 2006 to 2015 and identify the risk factors associated with these changes. Methods...
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Preterm Delivery due to Listeriosis in Third Trimester Pregnancy

Kang GG, Choi JY, Yang SW, Kwon HS, Sohn IS, Hwang HS

Listeria monocytogenes is a ubiquitous pathogen in the environment, capable of causing human and animal infection. Listeriosis is predominantly a foodborne illness caused by consumption of food contaminated with listeria....
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Misoprostol complications in second-trimester termination of pregnancy among women with a history of more than one cesarean section

Jamali M, Bakhtiyari M, Arab F, Mirzamoradi M

Objective This study aims to investigate the complications due to misoprostol administration for second-trimester termination of pregnancy among women with history of 2 or more cesarean scarring. Methods The cohort of this retrospective study...
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