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Table 3 Delivery outcomes in the subgroups of women with a history of labor dystocia in the first stage of labor, labor dystocia in the second stage of labor and failed labor induction (n = 660)

From: Success of trial of labor in women with a history of previous cesarean section for failed labor induction or labor dystocia: a retrospective cohort study

  Labor arrest in the 1st stage Labor arrest in the 2nd stage Failed labor induction  
  n = 508 % n = 52 % n = 100 % p
IOL in current pregnancy 127 25.0 22 42.3 77 77 < 0.001
Mode of delivery
 Spontaneous vaginal delivery 318 62.6 30 57.7 42 42 0.001
 Operative vaginal delivery 66 13.0 8 15.4 17 17 0.54
 Cesarean section 124 24.4 14 26.9 41 41 0.003
Cesarean section indication
 Labor arrest in the 1st stage 49 9.6 5 9.6 8 8 0.07
 Labor arrest in the 2nd stage 24 4.7 4 7.7 1 1 0.007
 Failed labor induction 8 1.6 0 0 18 18 < 0.001
 Fetal distress 37 7.3 2 3.8 9 9 0.33
 Other 61 1.2 32 5.8 53 5 0.04
Postpartum hemorrhage ≥1000 ml 89 17.5 15 28.8 22 22 0.1
Intrapartum infection 11 2.2 2 3.8 6 6 0.07
Postpartum infection 10 2.0 0 0 6 6 0.04
Blood culture positive septicemia 1 0.2 0 0 0 0 1
Uterine rupture 3 0.6 0 0 1 1.0 0.65
Birthweight ≥4500 g 21 4.1 2 3.8 6 6 0.62
Adverse neonatal primary outcome 39 7.7 1 1.9 9 9 0.27
  1. 1 suspicion of uterine rupture/dehiscence n = 1, intrapartum infection n = 2, maternal request for fear of labor n = 2, fetal malpresentation n = 1
  2. 2 intrapartum infection n = 2, maternal request for fear of labor n = 1
  3. 3 intrapartum infection n = 3, maternal request for fear of labor n = 1, preeclampsia n = 1