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    • Interinstitutional variations in mode of birth after a previous caesarean section: a cross-sectional study in six german hospitals 

      Gross, Mechthild M.; Matterne, Andrea; Berlage, Silvia; Kaiser, Annette; Lack, Nicholas; Macher-Heidrich, Susanne; Misselwitz, Björn; Bahlmann, Franz; Falbrede, Jörg; Hillemanns, Peter; von Kaisenberg, Constantin; von Koch, Franz Edler; Schild, Ralf L.; Stepan, Holger; Devane, Declan; Mikolajczyk, Rafael (Walter de Gruyter GmbH, 2015-01-01)
      Aims: Regional and interinstitutional variations have been recognized in the increasing incidence of caesarean section. Modes of birth after previous caesarean section vary widely, ranging from elective repeat caesarean ...
    • Private health care coverage and increased risk of obstetric intervention 

      Lutomski, Jennifer E; Murphy, Michael; Devane, Declan; Meaney, Sarah; Greene, Richard A (Springer Nature, 2014-01-13)
      Background: When clinically indicated, common obstetric interventions can greatly improve maternal and neonatal outcomes. However, variation in intervention rates suggests that obstetric practice may not be solely driven ...