Test Can Predict C-Section Labor
By: Rob Adams
Published: Aug 30, 2021
Test can predict c-section labor by testing for high levels of lactic acid.
Test can predict c-section labor. Doctors can predict whether a mother will need a c-section by testing for high levels of lactic acid. The c-section test can also parents to prepare for a baby since it can predict labor.
Labor hospitals have developed a test that can predict if a c-section will be used for deliver birth. The c-section labor test can predict whether it will be used during birth, which has also sparked some debate.
Predicting a pregnancy is important because it could save a mother's life. The new tests were developed by Obstecare and are already being rolled out in hospitals in Sweden, Norway and Belgium. They have been welcomed by clinicians as being straightforward to carry out, although it is recognized that larger studies will be necessary.
"I can definitely see the logic...I would be interested in seeing a large prospective study where you could see the impact it had on the management of labour and whether overall outcomes were improved," Professor Donald Peebles, Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, said in a statement. The debate over the need for and use of C-sections in labor continues on both sides of the Atlantic.
C-section is a procedure that is used during a long and painful labor. It's usually done during an emergency when the health of the mother and baby are compromised. Hopefully, these new tests will aid clinicians in helping mothers and babies to avoid it, and to have a more positive birth experience.
The test is designed to determine which mothers can have a vaginal birth and which may need a C-section. Researchers have discovered that when high levels of lactic acid found, it's unlikely the woman will deliver vaginally. There are several ways to prepare for a baby, including the best foods to eat while pregnant, and it is best to consult with your physician.