What Are The Conditions For A Normal Delivery After A Cesarean Delivery?
Hello, What are the tips “to be able to undergo VBAC And what kind of hospital can handle VBAC, and where is the hospital reference that can handle the nearest VBAC from Serang, Banten …? Thank you … 😜 👍
Thank you for the question.
VBAC or Vaginal Birth After Cesarean is the process of labor through the birth canal (vagina) after the mother has performed a SC or Cesareanectio surgery procedure to give birth to a child before. VBAC has advantages such as reducing the likelihood of SC in subsequent childbirth, shorter hospital stays, and faster duration of improvement in maternal conditions.
To be able to do VBAC, there are several conditions such as:
There is no abstinence from normal birth (malpresentation or position of the buttocks in the lower abdomen or breasts, presence of bleeding before delivery, interference with the placenta, or the presence of diseases such as pre-eclampsia in which high blood pressure during pregnancy). There is no history of surgery or a large incision in the uterus, such as a history of large myoma operations. There is no history of surgery or a vertical incision in the uterus (extending down), can be seen from the previous SC surgery scars whether extending downward or sideways. The distance between births should be more than 1.5 years. If they meet these requirements, the mother can make it possible to do VBAC. However, because VBAC is a risky procedure such as the possibility of a normal birth failure through the birth canal and SC surgery must still be performed, VBAC must be performed in an adequate health facility. The health facility must have the following criteria:
Facilities for performing emergency SC operations and emergency management for newborns are available 24 hours. There are obstetricians, anesthesiologists, and pediatricians who are on standby. The ability to monitor vital signs (blood pressure, pulse, breathing, temperature) every 15 minutes and access to infusion and blood transfusion. In principle, if the health facility meets the above requirements, anywhere, safe VBAC procedures can be carried out.
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