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 Premature Rupture of Membranes  



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here I have a question about Premature Rupture of Membranes (PROM)

From reading Kaplan OB/GYN notes, one of the management is discribed as:

If no infection, at term (>=36weeks), initiate prompt delivery. If vaginal delivery is expected, use oxytocin or prostaglandins as indicated. Otherwise, perform cesarean delivery.

Does this mean Cesarean section is preferred?

Thanks!





  #2

in this situation prompt delivery is the proper managment first try to induce labour if it doesn,t work c sec is the choice


  #3

Thanks a lot yasmeen!!!


  #4

always depends on the mother and baby situation. and how good is your insurance. CS is the answer in those cases where the baby is viable and thereĀ“s risk.





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