Bishop Score

by Cathy Parkes June 25, 2021 Updated: May 02, 2022

A Bishop score is used to determine maternal readiness for labor induction based on cervical readiness. A score >8 in a multiparous patient, or >10 in a nulliparous patient indicates readiness for induction.

A Bishop score is used to determine maternal readiness for labor induction based on cervical readiness. A score >8 in a multiparous patient, or >10 in a nulliparous patient indicates readiness for induction.

I WISH my BISHop score would be high enough to induce labor!

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