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Atosiban Versus Fenoterol as a Uterine Relaxant for External Cephalic Version: Randomized Controlled Trial

Verhoeven, C.J., Velzel, J., Kok, M., Mol, B.W., Vollebregt, K.C., Van der Post, J.A., van Pampus, M.G., van der Esch, L., Opmeer, B.C., Bais, J.M., Papatsonis, D.N., Vlemmix, F., Molkenboer, J.F.
(BMJ. 2017;356:i6773) Breech presentation occurs in approximately 4% of term singleton pregnancies, and has been reported to be the third most common indication for elective cesarean delivery. External cephalic version (ECV) is a safe procedure that can successfully convert a breech presentation to a cephalic presentation in about 50% of women who undergo the procedure, thereby decreasing the cesarean delivery rate.
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