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Research Paper | Medicine Science | Albania | Volume 5 Issue 2, February 2016
Correlation between Cesarean Delivery and Neonatal Morbidity
Msc. Ma. Etleva Rustami | Dr. Nikita Manoku | Dr. Klodiana Poshi | Dr. Albana Cela | Dr. Alketa Hoxha
Abstract: This study shall include all births concluded in the intensive care unit during 2013-14, carried out at Mbretresha Geraldin University Hospital Center of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Tirana. The study is retrospective. The number of babies involved is 629, of which 154 (24.5 %) were normal deliveries and 475 (75.5 %) were C-section ones. According to the results, it is clearly noticed a considerable growth of the number of C-section deliveries which have been transferred at the intensive care unit. The prevalence of serious conditions (problematic diagnosis) is much higher among C-section delivery (44.4 %) versus vaginal delivery (18.8 % %) and this difference is statistically highly significant. (P<0.001).
Keywords: caesarean section, vaginal delivery, neonatal morbidity
Edition: Volume 5 Issue 2, February 2016,
Pages: 1247 - 1251
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