Table F.2Probability of high-risk and operative births

OutcomesProbability or RRSource
High-risk births0.46NHS maternity statistics, England:2003–2004
High-risk operative vaginal births0.141Based on the results of the meta–analysis (Section 8.5.1)
High-risk CS births0.085Based on the results of the meta-analysis (Section 8.5.1)
RR of operative vaginal births with ST analysis0.87Based on the results of the meta-analysis (Section 8.5.1)
RR of CS births with ST analysis0.97Based on the results of the meta-analysis (Section 8.5.1)

From: Appendix F, Economic evaluation for ST analysis

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