Predicting successful intended vaginal delivery after previous caesarean section: External validation of two predictive models in a Dutch nationwide registration-based cohort with a high intended vaginal delivery rate

E. N.C. Schoorel*, S. Melman, S. M.J. Van Kuijk, William A Grobman, A. Kwee, B. W.J. Mol, J. G. Nijhuis, L. J.M. Smits, R. Aardenburg, K. De Boer, F. M.C. Delemarre, I. M. Van Dooren, M. T.M. Franssen, G. Kleiverda, M. Kaplan, S. M.I. Kuppens, Fth Lim, J. M. Sikkema, E. Smid-Koopman, H. VisserF. P.J.M. Vrouenraets, M. Woiski, R. P.M.G. Hermens, H. C.J. Scheepers

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