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Use of Robson classification to assess cesarean section rate in Brazil: the role of source of payment for childbirth

Cesarean section (CS) rates are increasing worldwide but there is some concern with this trend because of potential maternal and perinatal risks. The Robson classification is the standard method to monitor and...
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