Are There Laws Governing The Delivery Of Caesarean Section?
I want to ask, is there a law that regulates or alludes to the delivery of Section of Sesarea? And do the minus people have to have sc?
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Determination of the best labor techniques, whether normal or cesarean, should be carried out on a variety of considerations, including the condition of the fetus (such as fetal size, fetal distress, fetal position, umbilical cord), maternal conditions (such as minus eyes, hypertension or uncontrolled diabetes, experiencing certain infections, weak heart), and many other factors (such as placental position, prolonged labor, etc.). Of course, a wise doctor will only recommend certain labor techniques if it is felt that the benefits obtained will far exceed the risks that may arise. So, this is solely for the good of the patient himself.
Not all minus eye sufferers are required to give birth by cesarean section (cesarean section). Cesarean section is usually chosen for pregnant women with high eye minus (more than 5). Normal childbirth is not recommended for pregnant women with high eye minus, because the powerful pushing process can increase pressure in the eyeball, so that there is a higher risk of triggering ruptured blood vessels in the eye, retinal detachment (retinal tears from attachment), cataracts (lens turbidity) eye), glaucoma (increased pressure in the eyeball that damages the nerve of vision), to the point that it leads to permanent blindness. In pregnant women with normal eyes, the above risks can lurk. However, pregnant women with high eye minus are far more at risk of experiencing this risk because generally high eye minus will trigger the formation of new blood vessels in the retina (these blood vessels are more fragile structure and prone to rupture) as well as heavier retinal deterioration. As for some studies that say that it is safe for pregnant women with high eye minus to give birth normally until now there is still much debate.
Of course, decisions related to labor techniques that will be done later will also be influenced by the wishes of the owner of the body, namely pregnant women themselves. However, doctors also have the right to refuse to take an action and recommend alternative actions if it is felt that the adverse effects that will lurk patient is far greater than the benefits. There are no specific laws that regulate this matter. However, in the medical code of ethics, a doctor must uphold the aspects of beneficence and nonmaleficence in his patients.
Therefore, considering the consideration of determining the delivery technique is not solely determined by how much minus your eyes, presumably the obstetrician, based on his competence and experience, certainly has its own considerations why it has been recommended to have a cesarean section. So, discuss with him a lot well. If you feel confused or objected to the doctor's advice, pregnant women do not hesitate to look for second opinions to other doctors.
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