DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18203/2320-1770.ijrcog20190863

Evaluation of postoperative outcome of different techniques of lower segment caesarean section

Lata Rajoria, Manisha Kala, Nupur Hooja, Smriti Bhargava, Brijesh Dadhich

Abstract


Background: Caesarean section is the most commonly performed obstetric surgery. A change in the operative technique affects the postoperative outcome. The study was undertaken to study the postoperative outcome of the patient who underwent caesarean section by Pfannensteil Kerr and Misgav Ladach method of lower segment caesarean section.

Methods: It was a hospital based interventional study done in a tertiary care hospital over one year. Postoperative condition of the women was assessed after caesarean section in women with Pfannensteil Kerr and Misgav Ladach method and compared.

Results: Most cases in the Misgav Ladach method had breast fed early, had quicker return of bowel activity and earlier ambulation in comparison to the Pfannensteil Kerr method. This difference was statistically significant. Women with the Pfannensteil Kerr method had more postoperative pain, nausea and vomiting. The duration of hospital stay was less in Misgav  technique.

Conclusions: Since Misgav Ladach method was a better technique than Pfannensteil Kerr, adopting it routinely would result in considerable reduction in maternal morbidity, decreased hospital stay, better patient satisfaction level and more cost effective.


Keywords


Caesarean, Misgav Ladach, Pfannensteil Kerr

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