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Research Paper | Gynaecology | India | Volume 9 Issue 9, September 2020
A Prospective Study of Caesarean Delivery Rates on the Basis of Robsons Criteria in a Tertiary Care Hospital
Sami Jan | Dr Rumana Masoodi
Abstract: Over the last five decades there has been an increase in caesarean delivery rates throughout the world going up to 50 to 60 % in many centers. Of the many proposed classification systems WHO and FIGO have identified Robson's Ten Group classification system (TGCS) to be the most appropriate classification system to be used globally for monitoring, comparing and understanding caesarean rates over time and between different institutions. The objectives of study were- To classify the caesarean section according to their causes To identify and audit the rising causes of caesarean in our scenario. To standardize the indications of caesarean delivery.
Keywords: Caesarean delivery, Robson's criteria, prospective study, tertiary criteria hospital
Edition: Volume 9 Issue 9, September 2020,
Pages: 1168 - 1171
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