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Aim Of The Work find out the frequency and indications for CS in sohag university hospitals and to analyze them according to Robson' ten group classification. This would be helping in adopting suitable measures to reduce the CS rate and identifying various challenges in our setting.

Clinical Trial Description

Cesarean Section Is A Surgical Procedure Used to Deliver A Baby Through Incisions In The Abdomen And Uterus . The incidence of Caesarean deliveries is increasing every day passing faraway beyond WHO recommended rate of 15% for all deliveries(1). The rates of maternal morbidity and mortality are higher after CS compared to vaginal birth. CS is associated with an increased risk of abnormal placentation, uterine rupture, ectopic pregnancy, stillbirth, and preterm birth. therefor Increase rate of unnecessary caesarean sections has been a growing concern in most parts of the world,Worldwide Caesarean section rates have risen from around 7% in 1990 to 21% in 2021 and are projected to continue over current decade if this trend continuees,by 2030 the highest rates are likely to be in Eastern Asia(63),Latin America and the Caribbean (54),Western Asia (50), Northen Africa (48),Southern Europe (47) and Australia and New Zealand(45) . According to the latest survey , one in five women in the world now deliver by caesarean section .Egypt has the highest rate of Caesarean section of 54 % in the Eastern Mediterranean Region , with no furthermore improvement to maternal and child mortality rates(2). ;

Study Design

NCT number NCT05071534
Study type Observational
Source Sohag University
Status Not yet recruiting
Start date October 2021
Completion date September 1, 2022