The relationship between primary cesarean delivery skin incision type and wound complications in women with morbid obesity: A response

  • Gordon G
  • Welch R
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Abstract

Objective We sought to evaluate the relationship between skin incision, transverse or vertical, and the development of wound complications in women with morbid obesity requiring primary cesarean delivery (CD). Study Design Morbidly obese women (body mass index

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Authors

  • Geoffrey H. Gordon

  • Robert A. Welch

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