More than 3% of the cesarean in Gujarat than Bihar.

The International Day of the Midwife is celebrated around the world on 5 May. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 10 percent of all babies born in the hospital should be cesarean. In countries with illiterate literacy in Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Meghalaya, 6 to 10 percent of the states, while in the literate states of Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh, the percentage of cesarean is 33 to 58 percent. The ratio of cesarean in Gujarat is 17 to 18 percent. After which the women are not ready to suffer the pain and as a result of the fear of being given to the public by a private hospital doctor.

President of Gujarat Institute of Technology, Society of Midwives India Bharti Bain Sanadia states that instead of 10% of the total birth rate of the World Health Organization’s guide line, the degree of seizurean in Gujarat is 17 to 18%, mostly due to more cesarean in private hospitals. With fear that women are not ready to suffer from childbirth, there is also a fear of setting up a private hospital doctor for normal maternity leave.

However, in order to reduce the infant mortality, the government has undertaken efforts to make available Midwives wherever there is no trainee staff available in the country’s interior villages. Midwife course is run in Gujarat only in Gujarat from nursing practitioner course in 2009, in Government Medical College, Ahmedabad, Vadodara and Rajkot. Under which the Midwives prepared, which are more popular in government medical colleges, will be placed in the laboratory and trial room, where the midwife will give proper guidance after examining the need for normal or cesarean delivery. In a nutshell, high levels of cesarean occur only in higher literacy states.

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