Today on Science & Sensibility, contributor Henci Goer takes a look at a systematic review released in spring that examined the impact of elective inductions on the cesarean rate. Sound analysis or a house of cards? Looking closer at the studies reviewed provides insight into how the
Today on Evidence Based Birth, occasional contributor Rebecca Dekker, Phd, RN, APRN, provides a comprehensive research review – Induction for Going Past your Due Date: What does the Evidence Say? I had an opportunity to preview the article and ask Rebecca some questions about her most recent proje
Today on Evidence Based Birth, occasional contributor Rebecca Dekker, Phd, RN, APRN, provides a comprehensive research review - What is the Evidence for Inducing Labor if Your Water Breaks at Term? When membranes are released at term, before a woman is in labor, this is referred to as pre
The health concerns that affect preterm babies are well documented and much is known about the impact of an early birth on the long term health of children. Some of these issues were discussed in a recent post on Science & Sensibility highlighting World Prematurity Day. The issue of babies being
Today on Science & Sensibility, regular contributor Deena Blumenfeld takes a look at the recent study that examined a link between induction and augmentation of labor with an autism diagnosis in those same children during their school years. Did you have a chance to read the study?