C-section

NOUN
  1. the delivery of a fetus by surgical incision through the abdominal wall and uterus (from the belief that Julius Caesar was born that way)
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How To Use C-section In A Sentence

  • Possible reasons behind the spike include an uptick in morbid obesity, high blood pressure and diabetes, along with hemorrhaging from the growing numbers of C-sections. ProWomanProLife » Death rate increasing… in California
  • The nice thing about epidural is that if a C-section is necessary, additional medication can provide for a stronger anesthetic level. Surgery Concerns for Children « Happy Healthy Hip Parenting
  • A pre-eclamptic woman can be so sick that she cannot risk labor or c-section. The Volokh Conspiracy » Abortion: Murder or Tragedy? Are Those the Only Options?
  • In the end they found there were eight women: four with mastitis, one with an infected C-section incision, one with cellulitis, and two with pustular rashes. SUPERBUG
  • A C-section delivery with a complicated post-op course had left Dray horizontal for the first three weeks of Ginny's life. THE KILL CLAUSE
  • The same expectations of normal progression during labor should be applied to patients with a prior C-section.
  • The "overcivilized" were wealthy women who spent all of their time indoors and needed C-sections, Newell wrote, because they weren't sturdy and hardy like the poor women who worked in the fields, who were able to get out and exercise, and give birth easily. NPR Topics: News
  • Since the only cure for eclampsia is getting the baby out, I’d had an emergency C-section as soon as I arrived at the hospital. “I can not die before my book is published” «
  • She revealed her son is in the breech presentation and she is hoping to avoid a C-section.
  • But anyone who studies preterm birth knows its multifactorial and there will be no magic bullet that is as simple to administer as a vitamin supplement (same with autism and c-section, for that matter). Vitamin D Deficiency and Bacterial Vaginosis - Causality or Guilt by Association?
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