Review: Labor induction linked to fewer cesarean deliveries

04/28/2014 |

In an analysis of data from 157 studies, U.K. researchers found that pregnant women whose labor was induced had a 12% lower risk of having a cesarean section than those who received expectant management. Labor induction was associated with lower odds of fetal death and other pregnancy complications, according to the analysis in the Canadian Medical Association Journal.

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