Induction of labour – The current trend in a tertiary care hospital

Kaur S, Kawthalkar A

Abstract


There is a rise in number of induced labour in modern obstetrics. Improved fetal monitoring helps in detection of compromised foetuses necessitating induction of labour. Caesarean section rate is more with induced labour as compared with spontaneous labour. Hence there is a need to evaluate current trend of induction of labour.
Keywords: Labour, Induction, Indications.


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