Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, July 24th, 1995
This sharp reduction would have to occur even if the rates for vaginal birth following a cesarean delivery continue to increase at the same rate as in the past, the report said.
S.C. Clarke and colleagues reported their findings in their article, "Changes in cesarean delivery in the United States, 1988 and 1993," (Birth - Issues in Perinatal Care, June 1995;22(2):63-67).
The cesarean delivery goal of Healthy People 2000, a blueprint for U.S. public health,...
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