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Pithoragarh. The rate of cesarean delivery at state hospitals is steadily rising. Increasingly, cesarean sections can put the newborn and mother at risk. In this case, Pithoragarh Women’s Hospital is at the head of the state. Here every fourth child is born through an operation. The cesarean delivery rate has been steadily rising since 2016-17. Currently, the cesarean delivery rate at the women’s hospital is 25.03 percent. The average cesarean delivery at all district and women’s hospitals in the state from 2016-17 to 2020-21 has been around 13%. This has been revealed in the Uttarakhand Research Group report.
After Pithoragarh, the highest rate of cesarean delivery is 24% at the government’s Coronation Dehradun Hospital, 18.16% at Almora, 16.28% at the Haridwar District Women’s Hospital, the 17.88% at Nainital Women’s Hospital. On average, more than 15 percent of cesarean births have been above the standard position. At Champawat, Chamoli Hospital, that rate has been two percent. This has been revealed in the Uttarakhand Research Group report. The report said that according to World Health Organization (WHO) reports and standards, there are too many caesareans in any worrying hospital.
Cesarean birth rate of 25.03% in five years
At Pithoragarh Women’s Hospital in 2016-17 there were 2,952 births of which 549 were by cesarean section. The cesarean delivery rate stood at 18.60 percent. In 2017-18 there were 3,008 deliveries. Of these 822 births were done per operation, the cesarean rate was 27.33 percent. In 2018-19 there were 3161 births of which 920 were by cesarean section. The cesarean rate was 29.10. In 2019-20 there were 2,604 births, of which 611 were by cesarean section. The cesarean delivery rate stood at 23.46 percent. Of the 2,604 births in 2020-21, 611 were by cesarean section. The cesarean rate stood at 23.46 percent. Of a total of 14,720 births over five years, 3,684 were by cesarean section. The rate of cesarean delivery in five years was 25.03 percent.
The reason for more cesarean deliveries is the lack of proper exploration of the woman
Pithoragarh. According to research, the main reason for the high rate of cesarean delivery is the lack of a proper examination of the woman and baby in the womb during pregnancy. This is why the risk increases in cases of normal childbirth. They are having a cesarean section to reduce the risk. Dialogue
Lower cesarean delivery rates indicate a shortage of doctors and equipment
Pithoragarh. Hospitals where cesarean deliveries are declining lack of specialized doctors, medical staff or equipment. Two gynecologist positions are approved at Champawat and Chamoli District Hospital. Two of the two positions are vacant. One of the reasons for the low rate of cesarean delivery is the lack of gynecologists. Dialogue
Cesarean delivery is performed on childbirth victims only in emergency situations. Every effort is made to ensure that most deliveries are normal. The cesarean delivery rate is increasing due to the lack of timely detection of pregnant women.
Dr. JS Nabiyal, PMS, District Hospital, Pithoragarh

Pithoragarh. The rate of cesarean delivery at state hospitals is steadily rising. Increasingly, cesarean sections can put the newborn and mother at risk. In this case, Pithoragarh Women’s Hospital is at the head of the state. Here every fourth child is born through an operation. The cesarean delivery rate has been steadily rising since 2016-17. Currently, the cesarean delivery rate at the women’s hospital is 25.03 percent. The average cesarean delivery at all district and women’s hospitals in the state from 2016-17 to 2020-21 has been around 13%. This has been revealed in the Uttarakhand Research Group report.

After Pithoragarh, the highest rate of cesarean delivery is 24% at the government’s Coronation Dehradun Hospital, 18.16% at Almora, 16.28% at the Haridwar District Women’s Hospital, the 17.88% at Nainital Women’s Hospital. On average, more than 15 percent of cesarean births have been above the standard position. At Champawat, Chamoli Hospital, that rate has been two percent. This has been revealed in the Uttarakhand Research Group report. The report said that according to World Health Organization (WHO) reports and standards, there are too many caesareans in any worrying hospital.

Cesarean birth rate of 25.03% in five years

At Pithoragarh Women’s Hospital in 2016-17 there were 2,952 births of which 549 were by cesarean section. The cesarean delivery rate stood at 18.60 percent. In 2017-18 there were 3,008 deliveries. Of these 822 births were done per operation, the cesarean rate was 27.33 percent. In 2018-19 there were 3161 births of which 920 were by cesarean section. The cesarean rate was 29.10. In 2019-20 there were 2,604 births, of which 611 were by cesarean section. The cesarean delivery rate stood at 23.46 percent. Of the 2,604 births in 2020-21, 611 were by cesarean section. The cesarean rate stood at 23.46 percent. Of a total of 14,720 births over five years, 3,684 were by cesarean section. The rate of cesarean delivery in five years was 25.03 percent.

The reason for more cesarean deliveries is the lack of proper exploration of the woman

Pithoragarh. According to research, the main reason for the high rate of cesarean delivery is the lack of a proper examination of the woman and baby in the womb during pregnancy. This is why the risk increases in cases of normal childbirth. They are having a cesarean section to reduce the risk. Dialogue

Lower cesarean delivery rates indicate a shortage of doctors and equipment

Pithoragarh. Hospitals where cesarean deliveries are declining lack of specialized doctors, medical staff or equipment. Two gynecologist positions are approved at Champawat and Chamoli District Hospital. Two of the two positions are vacant. One of the reasons for the low rate of cesarean delivery is the lack of gynecologists. Dialogue

Cesarean delivery is performed on childbirth victims only in emergency situations. Every effort is made to ensure that most deliveries are normal. The cesarean delivery rate is increasing due to the lack of timely detection of pregnant women.

Dr. JS Nabiyal, PMS, District Hospital, Pithoragarh

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