The likelihood of a spontaneous vaginal delivery also was significantly higher in the induction group (RR, 1.
What does SVD stand for?
SVD stands for Spontaneous Vaginal Delivery
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Samples in periodicals archive:
She was gravida 3 and parity 2, with a spontaneous vaginal delivery approximately 5 years earlier and an "abdominal" (presumed ectopic) pregnancy removed by laparotomic surgery 5 months earlier at an outside institution.
Case A young primagravida delivered by spontaneous vaginal delivery at term.
The findings, published in the British Medical Journal, showed the spontaneous vaginal delivery rate was 44 per cent in both groups.
Across a wide range of measures -- spontaneous vaginal delivery, duration of labour, percentage of caesareans -- there was virtually no difference between the two groups.
The conclusion of the study is that "Membrane sweeping at initiation of labor induction increased the spontaneous vaginal delivery rate, reduced oxytocic drug use, shortened induction to delivery interval, and improved patient satisfaction.
A 26-year-old woman was examined in the emergency room for a 2-month history of a progressively enlarging left neck mass that had developed immediately after a normal spontaneous vaginal delivery (figure 1).
In Ghana a spontaneous vaginal delivery costs around US$18, but for those with complications, such as anaemia, hypertension, haemorrhage, sepsis or dystocia, costs normally vary between $52 and $115 but go as high as $210.