Evidence-Based Practice by Nurses for Nurses: Encouraging Waiting Spontaneous Labor - page 2

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  1. by   KYCNM
    Oh, my, such neanderthals. The risk of severe respiratory complications after C/S are 5 times higher for the newborn, and elective primary C/S is known to increase the risk of placenta acreta necessitating a C/S-hysterectomy (rate is 1:1000). These two men should limit their comments to something they know something about (sports) not choices. Their values are upside down putting job over family.
  2. by   KYCNM
    What does this have to do with our discussion about C/S???
  3. by   LadyFree28
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    What does this have to do with our discussion about C/S???
    It's spam....
  4. by   KYCNM
    Thanks. . .appreciate the response. . .
  5. by   imenid37
    These are people who think sports is the most important thing in life. What can you say? Typical self-absorbed old men. Smart young women in this day and age do not put up with garbage like women of my age and older. SVD is better for mom and baby in most cases, unless there is a legitimate medical reason. So sad that these idiots even get an audience when they say this stupid stuff.
  6. by   tamrnmomof4
    Great Article!!! Thanks!
  7. by   SmilingBluEyes
    BOOMER ESIASON? We are supposed to take our cue from people like him? Don't think so. I hate when misinformed celebs make medical statements, anyhow. They have the right to spew their silliness, but sadly, some people out there really do take their cue from their example and words. And if taking time off from work (whatever work it is) is considered inconvenient, what the HECK is parenting gonna do? It's time people learn that right from the start. That is, babies come when it is best for them in the majority of cases, and the time after birth is much more enduring as well as challenging. Childbirth is just the beginning.
  8. by   SmilingBluEyes
    PS I truly admire Daniel Murphy's decision to step up to the plate from the get-go by insisting on time with his wife/child during such an important occasion (that would be birth). GOOD FOR HIM. HE is a great example, one I hope many more partners follow suit doing. What a man.