Effect of respiratory problem onc-section and vaginal birth

Author: 
Saranya.M and Gayatri Devi

Aim: An aim on effects of respiratory problem on C -section and Vaginal birth
Objective: Since the risk of respiratory problem is higher in C-section than in vaginal birth.
Background: C-section does pose higher risk of complications than vaginal birth.The complications are heavy blood loss, infection and bowel problems, where as, in vaginal birth carries a risk of episiotomy. It is generally painful and messy. It is usually hard work and women often perspire heavily.There are other body fluids too-amniotic fluid, urine and blood - there is placenta (after birth).
Reasons: Now a days, C-section is very common when compared to vaginal birth. The risk of respiratory problem is higher in C-section than in vaginal birth.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.24327/ijcar.2017.3181.0218