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Tytuł pozycji:

Obstetrical providers' preferred mode of delivery and attitude towards non-medically indicated caesarean sections: a cross-sectional study.

Tytuł :
Obstetrical providers' preferred mode of delivery and attitude towards non-medically indicated caesarean sections: a cross-sectional study.
Autorzy :
Rivo, J. C.
Amyx, M.
Pingray, V.
Casale, R. A.
Fiorillo, A. E.
Krupitzki, H. B.
Malamud, J. D.
Mendilaharzu, M.
Medina, M. L.
del Pino, A. B.
Ribola, L.
Schvartzman, J. A.
Tartalo, G. M.
Trasmonte, M.
Varela, S.
Althabe, F.
Belizán, J. M.
Feasibility of ‘Mode of Delivery Trial’ Study Group
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Temat :
CESAREAN section
CLINICAL indications
ATTITUDE (Psychology)
HEALTH attitudes
MEDICAL personnel
PATIENT satisfaction
ELECTIVE surgery
PATIENTS' rights
CROSS-sectional method
Źródło :
BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology; Sep2018, Vol. 125 Issue 10, p1294-1302, 9p, 4 Charts
Terminy geograficzne :
Czasopismo naukowe
Objective: To describe obstetrical providers' delivery preferences and attitudes towards caesarean section without medical indication, including on maternal request, and to examine the association between provider characteristics and preferences/attitudes.Design: Cross-sectional study.Setting: Two public and two private hospitals in Argentina.Population: Obstetrician-gynaecologists and midwives who provide prenatal care and/or labour/delivery services.Methods: Providers in hospitals with at least 1000 births per year completed a self-administered, anonymous survey.Main Outcome Measures: Provider delivery preference for low-risk women, perception of women's preferred delivery method, support for a woman's right to choose her delivery method and willingness to perform caesarean section on maternal request.Results: 168 providers participated (89.8% coverage rate). Providers (93.2%) preferred a vaginal delivery for their patients in the absence of a medical indication for caesarean section. Whereas 74.4% of providers supported their patient's right to choose a delivery method in the absence of a medical indication for caesarean section and 66.7% would perform a caesarean section upon maternal request, only 30.4% would consider a non-medically indicated caesarean section for their own personal delivery or that of their partner. In multivariate adjusted analysis, providers in the private sector [odds ratio (OR) 4.70, 95% CI 1.19-18.62] and obstetrician-gynaecologists (OR 4.37, 95% CI 1.58-12.09) were more willing than either providers working in the public/both settings or midwives to perform a caesarean section on maternal request.Conclusions: Despite the ethical debate surrounding non-medically indicated caesarean sections, we observe very high levels of support, especially by providers in the private sector and obstetrician-gynaecologists, as aligned with the high caesarean section rates in Argentina.Tweetable Abstract: Non-medically indicated c-section? 74% of sampled Argentine OB providers support women's right to choose. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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