A new study has shown that cases of bringing children into the world through increasing operations are increasing in India. This figure was 9% in the year 2005-6, which increased to 18.5% in 2015-16.
This has been revealed from three papers published in the Lancet Journal. It has also been found that between 2000 and 2015, the cases of childbirth have almost doubled in the world through surgery.
The researchers also included researchers from the Giant University of Belgium. He said that on one hand where life-saving surgeries are not available for many women and children in low-income countries and areas, at the same time, there is a growing use of this process in middle and high income countries.
Researchers said that in India, cases of C-section in 2005-6 were nine percent, which increased to 18.5 percent in 2015-16.
Significantly, the C-section is a life-saving process for women and newborns, which is done during bleeding, embryonic distress, susceptible disease and abnormal condition of the infant.
Researchers say that there is danger to both mother and infant in surgery. Also, complexities arise in the process of birth of another child.
According to an estimate, in the case of 10 to 15 percent of the birth, there is a need for surgery, given the complexities. The average case of the C-section should be between these levels. But researchers say that in 2015, the level of this country (28 percent) was more than one in four countries, while most countries used more than the recommended level (63 percent) of the C-section.
“The pregnancy and childbirth are normal processes and in most cases it becomes safe,” says the chain chief, Marlene Temmermann. But the excessive use of C-section of the medical needs is a concern because it threatens women and children.