Iranian Society of Gynecology Oncology
Successful management of anesthesia in a cesarean section of a woman with morbid obesity: A case report

Farnoush Farzi; Sodabeh Kazemi; Ziba Zahiri Sorouri; Samaneh Ghazanfar; Mahin Tayefeh Ashrafiyeh; Mandana Javanak; Mohammad Shahbazi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 14 November 2022

  Having body mass index more than 29 is described as obesity in pregnancy. Anesthesia management in these patients has always been challenging. A 41-year-old woman, at 37weeks’ gestation with the weight of 200kg and body mass index of 66/05 was admitted with complaint of pain to Al-Zahra Hospital ...  Read More

Obstetrics and Gynecology
The effect of uterine cooling during cesarean delivery on blood loss in patients undergoing cesarean section: A randomized controlled trial

Khadijeh Elmizadeh; Marziyeh khezri; Hamideh Pakniat; vahideh pandamuz; nezal Azh; Simindokht Molaverdikhani

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 02 October 2023

  Background: Cooling the uterus during cesarean section has emerged as one of the non-pharmacological management for blood loss during cesarean section. The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of uterine cooling during the cesarean section on decreasing postpartum hemorrhage.Methods: In this ...  Read More

Maternal Fetal Medicine
Correlation of Apgar Score and Umbilical Artery pH in Full-Term Newborns Delivered by Cesarean Section Due to Decreased Fetal Heart Rate

Zahra Panahi; Fahimeh Ghotbizadeh Vahdani; Saeede Eslami Khotbesara; Razieh Akbari; Sedigheh Hantoushzadeh; Soudabeh Kazemi Aski; Mamak Shariat

Volume 9, Issue 2 , March and April 2024, , Pages 137-143

  Background & Objective: Despite the high efficacy of the Apgar score in finding respiratory distress, a low Apgar score doesn’t necessarily indicate fetal hypoxia-asphyxia. Umbilical Artery pH (UApH) is one of the best indicators of fetal hypoxia. Therefore, it’s so beneficial to ...  Read More

Obstetrics and Gynecology
The Effects of Different Doses of Gabapentin on Relieving Pain Due to Cesarean Section: A Randomized Clinical Trial

Atefeh Kazemi; Vahideh Rashtchi; Masoomeh Ghomi

Volume 8, Issue 6 , November and December 2023, , Pages 556-562

  Background & Objective: Some types of major surgeries are associated with postoperative pain, sometimes during the days after surgery. These pains mainly lead to the use of various analgesics and, ultimately, patient dissatisfaction. In the present study, we evaluated the effect of gabapentin ...  Read More

General surgery
Factors Affecting Post-Cesarean Pain Intensity in Patients at Taleghani Hospital in 2021

Fakhrolmolouk Yassaee; Sima Habibi; Reza Shekarriz Foumani; Seyed Mehrdad Motiei Langroudi; Elena Ghotbi

Volume 8, Issue 5 , September and October 2023, , Pages 457-463

  Background & Objective: In all surgical interventions including cesarean section, pain is a challenging issue.  The aim of this study was to identify the underlying causes that affect post-cesarean pain intensity.Materials & Methods: A total of 128 consecutive patients who underwent ...  Read More

Efficacy of Prophylactic Intravenous Fibrinogen in Reducing Bleeding in Cesarean Section: A Randomized Controlled Trial

Shahram Sayadi; Shideh Ariana; Maral Hosseinzadeh; Arezou Ashari; Tannaz Yeganegi; Elham Memari; Ebtehaj Heshmatkhah; Dariush Abtahi

Volume 8, Issue 3 , May and June 2023, , Pages 194-203

  Background & Objective: Postpartum hemorrhage is the most common cause of maternal morbidity and mortality, which can occur unexpectedly without warning, and without any underlying causes. We hypothesized that administering fibrinogen concentrate to cesarean section patients before surgery would ...  Read More

Obstetrics and Gynecology
The Benefits of Manual Rotation in The Treatment of Occiput Posterior Position: A Case Study of Iraq

Hamza Radhi; Shaymaa Abdulhameed Khudair; Miaad Adnan; Muntaha Kadhem Mejbel; Ahmed S. Abed; Nizar Awish Jassem

Volume 8, Issue 3 , May and June 2023, , Pages 249-254

  Background & Objective: The fetal head's persistent posterior position, which ranges from 1 to 5% during birth, has long been acknowledged as a significant challenge of intrapartum treatment. 10% to 20% of fetuses are found to be in the occiput posterior (OP) position at the beginning of labor; ...  Read More

Obstetrics and Gynecology
Prevalence and Risk Factors of Postpartum Hemorrhage in Cesarean Section: A Retrospective Cohort Study

Maral Hosseinzadeh; Ebtehaj Heshmatkhah; Dariush Abtahi

Volume 8, Issue 3 , May and June 2023, , Pages 285-294

  Background & Objective: Globally, postpartum hemorrhage (PPH) remains a leading cause of maternal deaths. However, in many low and middle-income countries, information on the magnitude of and risk factors for PPH is scarce. Understanding the relative contributions of different risk factors for ...  Read More

Evaluation of the Differences in Plasma Fibrinogen Levels Before and After Cesarean Section and its Association with Intra- and Postoperative Bleeding

Maryam Sadat Hosseini; Dariush Abtahi; Ardeshir Tajbakhsh; Farah Farzaneh; Shahram Sayadi; Nooshin Amjadi; Maral Hosseinzadeh

Volume 8, Issue 2 , March and April 2023, , Pages 157-166

  Background & Objective: Delayed diagnosis and treatment of postpartum hemorrhage could result in mortality. Today, there is a strong desire to determine the factors affecting postpartum hemorrhage, particularly fibrinogen levels. This study aimed to investigate the role of plasma fibrinogen ...  Read More

The ED90 of Prophylactic Oxytocin Administration in Low vs. High-Risk Parturients in Terms of Post-Parturition Uterine Tonicity; An Up-Down Sequential Allocation Dose-Response Study

Dariush Abtahi; Mehrdad Feizi; Shahram Sayadi; Ardeshir Tajbakhsh; Samira Abbaspour; Sara Salarian; Alireza Mirkheshti

Volume 7, Issue 4 , March and April 2022, , Pages 314-322

  Background and Objective: This study was performed to determine and compare the ED90 of prophylactic oxytocin (OX) infusion after delivery of the placenta during cesarean section (CS) in low- and high-risk parturients for uterine atony.Methods: This experimental study was a single-blind and dose-response ...  Read More

Obstetrics and Gynecology
Evaluation of the Relationship between Shoulder Tip Pain Following Cesarean Section and Inflammatory Response Measured by High-Sensitivity C- Reactive Protein

Nahid Zirak; Leila Mashhadi; Elaheh Jajarmi; Negar Morovatdar; Parisa Mohebbi; Nahid Javdani Haji; Shahrzad Maraghehmoghaddam; Leili Hafizi

Volume 7, Issue 3 , January and February 2022, , Pages 171-176

  Background & Objective: This study aimed to investigate the relationship between the level of high-sensitivity C-reactive protein (hs-CRP; as an indicator of inflammatory response) and shoulder tip pain (STP) following cesarean section (C-section).Materials & Methods: In this cohort study, a ...  Read More

Obstetrics and Gynecology
Cesarean Section According to Robson Classification in a Tertiary Hospital, Southern Thailand

Tipnaree Charoonwatana; Charuai Suwanbamrung; Udomsak Saengow

Volume 7, Issue 3 , January and February 2022, , Pages 213-220

  Background and Objective: Cesarean section (CS) rates have increased continuously worldwide in the past decades while not being associated with significant benefits for mothers and newborns. According to Robson's classification, the present research aimed to analyze the associating factor to cesarean ...  Read More

Maternal Fetal Medicine
Does Labor Affect Neonatal NRBC Count?

mandana Mansour Ghanaie; Roxana Mansour Ghanaie; Seyed Mohammad Asgari Galebin; Seyedeh Hajar Sharami; Mojgan Mohebalizade

Volume 7, Issue 1 , September and October 2021, , Pages 25-31

  Background & Objective: Nucleated red blood cells (NRBCs) enter the circulation in response to hypoxia, but it remains unknown how physiological delivery without fetal distress can change the NRBC level. Accordingly, in the present study, we compared the mean NRBCs per white blood cell (WBC) in the ...  Read More

Obstetrics and Gynecology
Tendency toward Cesarean on Maternal Request in Fear of Sexual Dysfunction

Shiva Hadadianpour; Nasim Sanjari; Masoumeh Fallahian

Volume 6, Issue 4 , August 2021, , Pages 209-216

  Background & Objective: To determine the factors affecting Iranian obstetricians and gynecologists’ (OB/GYNs’) decision about performing a cesarean section on maternal request.Materials & Methods: A four-part questionnaire was designed and distributed between 150 randomly ...  Read More

A Case Report of A Larg Rectus Muscle Size Endometriosis

Atieh Mirfendereski; Khadigeh Abadian

Volume 3, Issue 4 , November and December 2018, , Pages 177-180

  Background & Objective: Given the impact of endometriosis on patients’ social lives, marital relationships, and fertility and on reducing these people’s quality of life, its proper diagnosis and treatment seem vital. This study aimed to report a case of rectus muscle endometriosis and ...  Read More

Utero-Cutaneous Fistula as a Rare Complication After Cesarean Delivery: Case Series

Zahra Rezaei; Zahra Shahraki; Mahboobeh Shirazi

Volume 2, Issue 3 , September and October 2017

  Introduction: Utero-cutaneousfistulaisarareconditionfollowinguterinesurgeriesespeciallycesareansection. Thiskindof fistula has various etiologies including drain use, iatrogenic trauma, endometriosis, multiple abdominal surgeries, incomplete closure of uterine wound during cesarean delivery, inflammatory ...  Read More

Comparing Maternal and Neonatal Side Effects of Natural Vaginal Delivery under Neuro-Axial Analgesia with Usual Vaginal Delivery and Cesarean Section: A Primary Single Center Study

Soodabeh Darvish; Koorosh Etemad; Azar Mosaheb; Ghasem Yazdanpanah

Volume 2, Issue 2 , May and June 2017

  Objectives: This study aimed to compare maternal and neonatal side effects of natural vaginal delivery (NVD) under neuro-axial analgesia with usual NVD and C-section. Methods: In this single center prospective cohort study, deliveries carried out in a 7 months’ period were evaluated after getting ...  Read More

Determining the Amount of Subsidy Allocated to the Natural Childbirth Promotion Package in Health Transformation Plan and the Cesarean Section Rate in Kurdistan Province: A Brief Report

Shilan Amir Hosseini; Bakhtiar Piroozi; Mohammad Amerzade; Hooman Ghasri; Salah Aldin Farshadi; Hossein Safari; Seyfollah Moradi

Volume 2, Issue 1 , March and April 2017

  Background: Since April 22, 2014, the natural childbirth promotion package has been implemented in the form of the Health Transformation Plan (HTP) to decrease the cesarean section rate in Iran. This study aimed to determine the amount of subsidy allocated to the natural childbirth package and to examine ...  Read More

The Predictive Value of Trans-Vaginal Ultrasound Measurements Compared with Bishop Score in Determining Successful Induction of Labor

Soghra Khazardoost; Fahimeh Ghotbizadeh; Sahar Latifi; Maryam Tahani; Mohammad Ali Ali Rezaei; Masoomeh Shafaat

Volume 1, Issue 2 , September and October 2016

  Objectives: Determining the necessity of cesarean section (C/S) due to failure of induction of labor (IOL) is essential to avoid fetus distress. In this study, the performance of the Bishop score and trans-vaginal ultrasound measurements were compared to predict successful IOL, and the most useful cut-off ...  Read More