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Variation of caesarean section rates in Sub-Saharan Africa: A literature review

Journal: Journal of Gynecological Research and Obstetrics (Vol.5, No. 2)

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Page : 042-047

Keywords : Intra operative complications; Caesarean section; Maternal mortality and morbidity; Africa south of the Sahara; Perinatal mortality and morbidity;

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Introduction: Ensuring access to quality caesarean section (CS) care is a key millenium development strategy and the next sustainable development goal to reduce maternal and infant mortality. The WHO recommends that the caesarean section rate should not exceed 10-15%. The objective of our analysis is to document the variability of caesarean section rates in Sub- Saharan Africa.

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