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Discuss evidence based practice of repeat cesarean sections and vaginal births after cesarean section
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Name: Name of Institution: Abstract As a result of complications during delivery, many women in the modern society have in many cases opted for a caesarian delivery other than the normal vaginal birth. Many cases have turned out to be successful while few have resulted into complications.
The main purpose of this research paper is to demonstrate that due to consequences associated with vaginal birth after a C- section, a repeated caesarean section is much better. Introduction Newby (2006) observes that over a long period of time, a caesarian section meant that there were no any hopes for future vaginal birth by the affected mother. A C-section for any given mother delivering was termed as the safest way of ensuring that other complications related to birth do not result and both the mother and baby remain safe. However, continued research found out that indeed, it is possible for the mother to deliver through vaginal birth in other deliveries after a C-section. Recent research has however shown that the mother is much safer if a repeated C-section is carried out than when she opts for a vaginal birth. Vaginal Birth After C-Section (VBAC) Celeste (2010) argues that due to changes in surgical operations and advancement in technology, vaginal birth after a C-section has been made possible in most cases. Statistics indicate that between 60% and 80% cases of VBAC have turned out to be successful without any signs of complications. Whether a VBAC will be successful or not wholly depends on whether a hospital has enough resources in terms of equipment and manpower to handle an emergency C- section in case it fails. ...
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