Intrapartum fever may increase maternal and neonatal risks


eMediNexus    30 September 2017

A new research reported September 28 2017 in the Journal of Maternal Fetal and Neonatal Medicine has found that intrapartum fever triggered by bacterial infection may cause neonatal and maternal complications. Women with intrapartum fever had higher rates of operative vaginal deliveries 34.3 vs 19.6 and cesarean sections 20.7 vs 8.7 .

To comment on this article,
create a free account.

Sign Up to instantly get access to 10000+ Articles & 1000+ Cases

Already registered?

Login Now

Most Popular Articles

News and Updates

eMediNexus provides latest updates on medical news, medical case studies from India. In-depth medical case studies and research designed for doctors and healthcare professionals.