Cesarean Sections. Margaux Barlow, Jackie Engstrom, Rasika Kulkarni, Hillary O’Keefe. Why is this topic relevant???. Cesarean birth is the birth of the infant through an abdominal and uterine incision.
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Margaux Barlow, Jackie Engstrom, Rasika Kulkarni, Hillary O’Keefe
Figure 1. Cesarean Section Rate: OECD Countries Perspective 1971-1990Source: OECD Health Systems: Facts and Trends 1960-1991in provincial hospitals in this study.
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