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Cesareans more likely for women at for-profit hospitals, study finds


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September 13th, 2010, 07:04 AM
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For-profit hospitals across the state are performing cesarean sections at higher rates than nonprofit hospitals, a California Watch analysis has found.
Cesareans more likely for women at for-profit hospitals, study finds - San Jose Mercury News

This is kind of concerning but doesn't totally surprise me. Although I am not sure that there are not other variables involved that weren't discussed in this article.
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September 16th, 2010, 09:47 PM
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I was one who HAD to have a C-Section: After 30 hours of Labor, 8 of those on Pitocin, and this was of course after weeks of bed rest for going into labor every time I walked across the room, I had only dilated to 4 was was still "high up" . . . . I am only 5 ft tall and have a VERY small pelvis. As much as we had prepared for it, natural childbirth just wasn't an option for me
But what I wonder about, is all those women who DO NOT have health insurance ... If they NEED a C-Section, as I did, will they get it?
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September 17th, 2010, 09:06 AM
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Doesn't suprise me at all.
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