Caesarean Sections in Rural Burundi: How Well Are Mothers Doing Two Years On?
Authorsvan den Boogaard, W
De Plecker, E
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JournalPublic Health Action
AbstractA caesarean section (C-section) is a life-saving emergency intervention. Avoiding pregnancies for at least 24 months after a C-section is important to prevent uterine rupture and maternal death.
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