Elective Induction at 40 Weeks? Decision-Based Evidence Making Strikes Again

by | Dec 24, 2015 | Induction of Labor

Some months ago, Henci deconstructed the prepublication manuscript of a systematic review concluding that elective induction at 40 weeks had benefits and didn’t increase the cesarean rate for Science & Sensibility. Now the study has been published and is once again receiving favorable press, so her post might come in handy.

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