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Atlanta Practice Announces Standard Service Producing Better Birth Outcomes ... - Sacramento Bee

Wed, 01/29/2014 - 1:00pm

Atlanta Practice Announces Standard Service Producing Better Birth Outcomes ...
Sacramento Bee
The ISIS model of care is unique in that it offers more than just regular check-ups and the opportunity to have a natural, unmedicated birth. Clients travel from all over metro Atlanta to take advantage the high rate of success with vaginal birth after ...

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The wait is over: Emma, Jackson top Austin baby names in '13 - Austin Herald

Wed, 01/29/2014 - 10:43am

The wait is over: Emma, Jackson top Austin baby names in '13
Austin Herald
“We have always offered immediate skin-to-skin time for our babies and mothers after vaginal deliveries, and this year we initiated it with our mothers who required cesarean sections. They are able to put their newborns skin-to-skin in the operating ...

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Atlanta Practice Announces Standard Service Producing Better Birth Outcomes ... - DigitalJournal.com

Wed, 01/29/2014 - 9:09am

Atlanta Practice Announces Standard Service Producing Better Birth Outcomes ...
DigitalJournal.com
The ISIS model of care is unique in that it offers more than just regular check-ups and the opportunity to have a natural, unmedicated birth. Clients travel from all over metro Atlanta to take advantage the high rate of success with vaginal birth after ...

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Atlanta Practice Announces Standard Service Producing Better Birth Outcomes ... - PR Newswire (press release)

Wed, 01/29/2014 - 9:01am

Atlanta Practice Announces Standard Service Producing Better Birth Outcomes ...
PR Newswire (press release)
The ISIS model of care is unique in that it offers more than just regular check-ups and the opportunity to have a natural, unmedicated birth. Clients travel from all over metro Atlanta to take advantage the high rate of success with vaginal birth after ...

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Doctor claims caesarean safer - The West Australian

Wed, 01/29/2014 - 12:58am

The West Australian

Doctor claims caesarean safer
The West Australian
"Many women aim to achieve a natural birth, and some women choose an induction of labour, an elective caesarean or a vaginal birth after caesarean because it's right for them. All have different benefits and risks, both immediate and long-term." Dr ...

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Home News Dr. Joyce Barrett mourned by wide circle of... - Kawartha Media Group

Tue, 01/28/2014 - 2:04pm

Home News Dr. Joyce Barrett mourned by wide circle of...
Kawartha Media Group
She set up a family practice and eventually focused on obstetrics, particularly vaginal birth after Caesarean and home births. She was very active in the Peterborough community with Kawartha Ploughshares, the NDP and, most recently, No Casino ...

NE Arkansas leads state in C-section births - KAIT

Tue, 01/28/2014 - 1:42pm

NE Arkansas leads state in C-section births
KAIT
Dr. Speights said it is possible for a woman to have a natural birth after a C-section. "There's a little bit more risk there, but then we talk about risk versus benefit, and there's a lot more benefit overall," Dr. Speights said. "If we were supposed ...

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Doctor claims caesarean safer - The West Australian

Tue, 01/28/2014 - 1:00pm

The West Australian

Doctor claims caesarean safer
The West Australian
"Many women aim to achieve a natural birth, and some women choose an induction of labour, an elective caesarean or a vaginal birth after caesarean because it's right for them. All have different benefits and risks, both immediate and long-term." Dr ...

Doctor claims caesarean safer - The West Australian

Tue, 01/28/2014 - 12:52pm

The West Australian

Doctor claims caesarean safer
The West Australian
"Many women aim to achieve a natural birth, and some women choose an induction of labour, an elective caesarean or a vaginal birth after caesarean because it's right for them. All have different benefits and risks, both immediate and long-term." Dr ...

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Doctor claims caesarean safer - The West Australian

Tue, 01/28/2014 - 12:45pm

Doctor claims caesarean safer
The West Australian
"Many women aim to achieve a natural birth, and some women choose an induction of labour, an elective caesarean or a vaginal birth after caesarean because it's right for them. All have different benefits and risks, both immediate and long-term." Dr ...

Judged for having an elective caesarean - Daily Life

Tue, 01/28/2014 - 7:01am

Judged for having an elective caesarean
Daily Life
If we did this kind of analysis on women who try for a VBAC (vaginal birth after caesarean) it would probably be as few as 10 to 15 per cent." "We push women in a certain direction and make them feel bad if they require any intervention, and we tell ...

Hospitals trying to curb Caesarean sections - MetroWest Daily News

Tue, 01/28/2014 - 4:13am

Hospitals trying to curb Caesarean sections
MetroWest Daily News
BROCKTON – Denise Latham chose to give birth to her second child by Caesarean section after having an emergency C-section five years ago. Scheduling her second Caesarean delivery for this past week helped her feel more in control of the situation, said ...

Hospitals trying to curb Caesarean sections - The Patriot Ledger

Mon, 01/27/2014 - 3:51pm

Hospitals trying to curb Caesarean sections
The Patriot Ledger
BROCKTON – Denise Latham chose to give birth to her second child by Caesarean section after having an emergency C-section five years ago. Scheduling her second Caesarean delivery for this past week helped her feel more in control of the situation, said ...

Hospitals trying to curb Caesarean sections - Wellesley Townsman

Mon, 01/27/2014 - 2:32pm

Hospitals trying to curb Caesarean sections
Wellesley Townsman
BROCKTON – Denise Latham chose to give birth to her second child by Caesarean section after having an emergency C-section five years ago. Scheduling her second Caesarean delivery for this past week helped her feel more in control of the situation, said ...

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Soroka research: Ideal gap between frequent pregnancies is 12 months - Jerusalem Post

Mon, 01/27/2014 - 9:30am

Soroka research: Ideal gap between frequent pregnancies is 12 months
Jerusalem Post
One of the uncommon, but very dangerous, complications of having a vaginal birth after a cesarean (VBAC) is a rupture in the uterus. It occurs in about 0.5 percent of all cases. Some obstetricians/gynecologists recommend that women who have a cesarean ...

Normal birth perfectly safe after Caesareans: US experts - www.worldbulletin.net

Mon, 01/27/2014 - 8:07am

Normal birth perfectly safe after Caesareans: US experts
www.worldbulletin.net
"Declining vaginal birth after Caesarean rates and increasing Caesarean delivery rates over the last 15 years would seem to indicate that planned repeat Caesarean delivery is preferable to a trial of labor," Dr. F. Gary Cunningham, chairman of the NIH ...

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Hospitals trying to curb Caesarean sections - Wicked Local Walpole

Mon, 01/27/2014 - 6:06am

Hospitals trying to curb Caesarean sections
Wicked Local Walpole
The hospital also encourages vaginal birth after Caesarean section in appropriate candidates, she said. Page 3 of 3 - Many factors influence C-section rates including patient requests, previous history, high-risk issues, cultural issues and fear of ...

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Hospitals trying to curb Caesarean sections - Enterprise News

Mon, 01/27/2014 - 5:57am

Hospitals trying to curb Caesarean sections
Enterprise News
BROCKTON – Denise Latham chose to give birth to her second child by Caesarean section after having an emergency C-section five years ago. Scheduling her second Caesarean delivery for this past week helped her feel more in control of the situation, said ...

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Identifying Ways To Reduce First Cesarean - Eurasia Review

Sun, 01/26/2014 - 9:34pm

Identifying Ways To Reduce First Cesarean
Eurasia Review
The rise in the rate of cesarean delivery compared to 1995 is due in part to an increase in the frequency of primary cesareans. It is also due to a decline in attempted trials of labor after cesarean. ... The need to keep operative vaginal delivery as ...

Hospitals trying to curb Caesarean sections - Enterprise News

Sat, 01/25/2014 - 9:30pm

Hospitals trying to curb Caesarean sections
Enterprise News
Denise Latham chose to give birth to her second child by Caesarean section after having an emergency C-section five years ago. .... Page 3 of 3 - The hospital also encour ages vaginal birth after Cae sarean section in appropriate candidates, she said.

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