versão impressa ISSN 2072-8174
ABSTRACT Introduction: The management of pregnant women with a previous cesarean is still controversial, since at present there is not a universal and uniform about the best approach to follow in these cases. There are many variables that are handled in the care of late pregnancy, so there are no regulations to indicate when a Caesarean section, the criteria will depend on both the service which is handled as the reasons to be considered for identify. Objetive:The aim of this study was to assess the prevalence of vaginal births after cesarean section and investigate the causes in cases of repeat cesarean section. Patients with a history of previous cesarean section in our department. Materials and Methods:Restrospective observational desig of transverse section. Were reviewed 289 patients (9.6%) with previous caesarean section a total of 2999 births there were in 2009. Results: 88.3% culminating in a repeat cesarean section being the most common cause of suspicion of impaired fetal well-being (23%). Conclusion:The prevalence of vaginal birth in patients with prior cesarean section was 12%.
Palavras-chave : Parturition; Cesarean Section; Vaginal Births after Cesarean; Paraguay.