Green-top Guideline No. 75: Cervical Cerclage
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Welcome to this tutorial on Cervical Cerclage (Green-top Guideline No. 75)
Cerclage remains one of the standard options performed prophylactic intervention in the care of women at risk of preterm birth and second trimester fetal loss and is used by most obstetricians, despite difficulties in identifying the population of women who would most benefit. The procedure, a stitch inserted into the cervix, was first performed in 1902 in women with a history of second trimester loss or spontaneous preterm birth suggestive of cervical insufficiency, with the aim of preventing recurrent loss.
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