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  • C-Sections Analysis

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    I was very surprised to learn that elective C-sections were actually something that was done. I had always just assumed that C-sections were only done in emergency situations/complications, when babies were breach, or if the mother had had prior C-sections. Women often choose an elective C-section because they think it is more convenient than waiting around for labor to occur on its own. Other mothers have the idea that it will be less painful or prevent tearing, sexual dysfunction, or other complications

  • Project #2 - Conic Sections Conic sections are the various gemetric figures created by the

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    Project #2 - Conic Sections Conic sections are the various gemetric figures created by the interection of a plane. They are among the oldest curves in history and is one of the oldest area of study for mathmaticians. conics were discovered by Menaechmus (c. 375 - 325 BC), a Greek pupil of Plato and Exodus. He was trying to solve the famous problem duplicating a cube. Euclid studied them and Appollonius reinforced and expanded previous results of conics into a book he named Conic Sections. It is a series

  • Conic Sections in Taxicab Geometry

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    In this essay the conic sections in taxicab geometry will be researched. The area of mathematics used is geometry. I have chosen this topic because it seemed interesting to me. I have never heard for this topic before, but then our math teacher presented us mathematic web page and taxicab geometry was one of the topics discussed there. I looked at the topic before and it encounter problems, which seemed interesting to explore. I started with a basic example, just to compare Euclidean and taxicab

  • Pros And Cons Of Caesarean Section

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    Caesarean section (CS) was brought in clinical practice as a life saving procedure both for mother and baby. Caesarean section (CS ) is a surgical intervention which is carried out to assure safety of mother and child when vaginal delivery is difficult or when the doctors consider that the danger to the mother and baby would be greater with a vaginal delivery. One of the important indicators of emergency obstetric care is Caeserean section rate (World Health Organization 2009). Various matters

  • Reducing The Primary Cesarean Section Rate

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    Reducing the Primary Cesarean Section Rate in Nulliparous Women: A Quality Improvement Project Julie A. Javernick, CNM, MSN Submitted to Drs. Joan Nelson and Kathy Shaw of the University of Colorado College of Nursing in partial fulfillment of the requirements for NUDO 7018 Introduction Background Healthy childbirth is defined as a safe, natural process that rarely requires medical intervention (Goer & Romano, 2012). The medical model of care, however, often includes interventions that

  • Treatment Of Pregnant Women : The Caesarean Section

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    One of the most heavily performed surgeries on pregnant women is the caesarean section, also known as c-section, however many women are unaware of the complications, risks, and benefits to such an intense procedure. Most don’t even know that it is considered a major surgery. Many women are having caesarean sections in today’s society due to health risks to the mother and child and the mother’s personal choices, the number of surgeries performed yearly have been increasing steadily. We will explore

  • The Birth Of Pregnancy After C Sections

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    arise, such as a baby who is positioned incorrectly, preeclampsia, or toxemia. Therefore, a cesarean delivery is the safest way. Most believe that subsequent pregnancies require subsequent C-sections. Today, many mothers are opting for VBACs aka vaginal birth after C-sections. A C-Section, or Cesarean Section, is a major surgery to deliver a baby who may suffer from complications or could be breech. They may also be done in response to the mother and the complications that she may have. It is done

  • Introduction. Section 8 Housing Was The First Subsidized

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    Introduction Section 8 housing was the first subsidized tenant-based housing program in the U.S. The program was established under the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974. It differed from the known public housing program by allowing recipients to obtain housing from the private market as opposed to government owned housing. Later after merging two aspects of the section 8, certificates and vouchers, section 8 housing program became known as the Housing Choice Voucher program (HCV). Housing

  • Mothers Deliver Their Babies Vaginally Or Through A Cesarean Section

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    a priority. Mothers deliver their babies vaginally or through a Cesarean section, although similarities are present in caring for both, differences do arise. During childbirth they undergo excruciating circumstances no matter which form of delivery they experience. Vaginal birth is described as the “natural” from of delivery in which the baby enters the world through the vagina. A Cesarean section, also known as C-section, is defined as a surgical procedure to deliver the baby through an incision

  • Procedures Expectant Mothers Can Follow to Avoid a C-Section

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    risk factor associated with C-Section. They tend to follow the instructions giving to them by their doctors without researching other options. This handbook provides information on procedures expectant mothers can follow to avoid getting a C- section when it is time for them to give birth. The purpose of this handbook is to advise expectant mothers to avoid getting a C- section when it is time for them to give birth. In addition, the report discusses what a C-section is and the risk factors associated

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