In this episode, a very keen medical student by the name of Jessie Holbek joins Dr. Batchelor to discuss whether we should close Scarpa’s fascia during cesarean sections.
Resources for this episode:
D Chalmow, E Huang, K Strohbehn. 2002. Closure of the subcutaneous dead space and wound disruption after Cesarean delivery. J Matern Fetal Neonatal Med 11(6): 403-8.
A Cetin, M Cetin. 1997. Superficial wound disruption after cesarean delivery: effect of the depth and closure of subcutaneous tissue. Int J Gynaecol Obstet 57(1): 17-21.
V R Bohman, L C Gilstrap III, S M Ramin, B B Little, R Santos-Ramos, K G Goldaber, J Dax, and K J Leveno. 1994. Subcutaneous tissue: To suture or not to suture at Cesarean section. Infec Dis Obstet Gynaecol 1(6): 259-264.
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