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Abruptio Placenta among Pregnant Women Admitted to the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology in a Tertiary Care Centre: A Descriptive Cross-sectional Study

The aim of the investigation was to find out the prevalence of abruptio placenta among the pregnant women admitted to the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology in a tertiary care center. Methods: A descriptive cross-sectional analysis was done among the pregnant women admitted to the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology in a tertiary care center where medical records were collected from 1 January, 2021 to 31 December, 2021 after receiving ethical approval from the Institutional Review Committee in 2021. Conclusions: The prevalence of abruptio placenta in pregnancies was similar to those in similar settings.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.31729/jnma.7796


Risk factors and maternal/fetal outcomes of pregnant women with abruptio placenta: a retrospective, descriptive study

Aim: Abruptio placenta is one of the most common causes of antepartum bleeding, and it is connected to the heightened risk of fetal and maternal morbidity and mortality. The aim of our research was to establish a prevalence in our tertiary hospital and find out the fetal and maternal outcomes, as well as the patient's demographics and risk factors for abruptio placenta. The fetal and maternal outcomes were established, as well as the demographic and risk factors of abruptio placenta. Out of the total number of deliveries, And 112 cases of suddenio placenta were identified. The abruptio placenta prevalence in our population was estimated at 1. 5%. Conclusion: Since the abruptio placenta is widely associated with maternal and fetal morbidity, and mortality, early detection is essential to avoid deadly consequenuces.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.32322/jhsm.1161262


Sigmoid Volvulus in Pregnancy Mimicking Abruptio Placenta

Sigmoid volvulus complicating pregnancy is a rare disorder with significant maternal and fetal morbidity, as well as mortality. A 28-year old woman, gravida 2 para 1 at 32 weeks gestation, with one previous LSCS for acute fetal pain, presented to our work ward with generalized abdominal pain. When a pregnant lady presents with a clinical triad of abdominal pain, distention, and complete constipation, a high degree of suspicion of sigmoid volvulus should be suspicious.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.9734/jammr/2021/v33i230810


A Rare Form of Abruptio Placenta and Clinical Presentation in a Preterm Labor Case: Breus’ Mole

A normotensive pregnant woman with no triggering factors for suddenion placenta was discovered to have Breus 2019 mole, which shows a pattern of single or multiple hematoma protrude above the chorionic plate. The case was found to be similar to a large fetal abdominal wall defect coexisting with a singleton live-born fetus at 27 weeks of gestational age. Multiple coiled masses were found in the amniotic cavity, according to both the fetus and the placenta, which were normal on the obstetric ultrasound. According to Apgar results at 1 and 5 min, respectively, the 5 and 8, respectively.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1159/000095669


The relationship between first trimester screening test and abruptio placentae

Objective: We compared the first-trimester screening test findings and perinatal findings of pregnant women to determine the diagnosis of abruptio placentae, one of the most common causes of maternal and fetal mortality and morbidity. Methods: We found 20 pregnant women diagnosed with suddenio placentae in our hospital and 30 pregnant women who did not experience clinical abruptio placentae during their pregnancy in the same period between 2019 and 2021. The connection between the first-trimester screening test findings and the patients' perinatal outcomes was investigated. Significant difference was found in gestational age at birth, being 33. 51 weeks in the study group and 38. 48 weeks in the control group. At fetal birth weight, 1-minute Apgar score, and 5-minute Apgar results, significant differences were found. Conclusion: We couldn't find any significant difference between the two groups when we compared first-trimester serum biomarkers to predict abruptio placentae.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.2399/prn.22.0301011


Abruptio placentae – relationship with other placental dysfunction related conditions

Objective: To look at newbornsu2019 sizes associated with abruptio placentae, as well as the correlation between pregnancy-induced hypertension and low birth weight with the occurrence of AP and vice versa. In the second pregnancy, AP in the first birth was associated with elevated rates of AP, small for gestational age, and PIH. In the second month, PIH in the first pregnancy was associated with higher risks of AP. AP was 2u20133 times more likely to occur in women with a newborn's weight below the 5th birthweight percentile than in those with birth weight percentiles of 10u201389. 9. The occurrence of AP in the second pregnancy coincided with shrinking size at birth in the previous. Conclusions: A pregnancy following AP must be considered a risk pregnancy in terms of recurrent AP and elevated risk of fetal growth restriction and PIH.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.5324/nje.v17i2.162


To Determine the Frequency of Preterm Births in Abruptio Placentae in a Tertiary Care Hospital, in Urban City of Pakistan

Introduction: Abruption placenta is a severe disease in which a normally sited placenta detaches its attachment from the uterine wall after 20 weeks of gestation and before delivery. Preterm births are extremely common in pregnant women with abruptio placentae, and there was no difference in the frequency of preterm based on age and place. Participants who are at risk of abruptio placentae should be monitored more closely, and they should be made aware of the possibility of preterm delivery associated with abruptio placentae.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.53350/pjmhs2115123982


MATERNAL AND PERINATAL OUTCOMES IN PREGNANCY ASSOCIATED WITH ABRUPTIO PLACENTA

APH is a significant cause of maternal and perinatal morbidity and mortality. Patients of abruption placenta were expected to report both maternal and perinatal outcomes. Jammu Medical College Jammu has been studying for 1 year. It was a prospective analysis, and all cases of Abruptio placenta (u00e2u00e22) were included. Analyse: It was found that the majority of cases of Abruptio Placenta i. e 67. 65% were multigravida. Hypertension was present in 41. 4 percent of cases of Abruptio Placenta. Postpartum Haemorrhage was seen in 23. 5 percent of patients, but only 2. 8 percent had undergone Postpartum Hysterectomy. Prematurity is the most common fetal complication in Abruptio Placenta. During the Peripartum disease period, 58 percent of patients of Abruptio Placentas died. Conclusions: Abruptio placent is associated with significant maternal and perinatal morbidity and mortality. The backbone of the healthy maternal and perinatal outcomes remains consistent regular antenatal care and availability of emergency medical services.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21474/ijar01/13943


Placental Pathology in a COVID-19 Positive Patient with Abruptio Placentae- A Case Report

The effects of Severe Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome-Associated Coronavirus-2 on the placental tissue are still being investigated. Patient had an abruptio placentae unrelated to pre-eclampsia. The umbilical cord revealed funisitis with elevated perilous fibrin deposition on a portion of the placenta's foetal and maternal surface, according to his pathologic examination.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.7860/jcdr/2021/48974.15230


Maternal and fetal outcome in abruptio placentae at a tertiary care centre: a retrospective analysis

Background: Placental abruption is a significant obstetric disorder that has a heightened risk of maternal and neonatal morbidity and mortality worldwide. The placental abruption is traditionally described as premature separation of a normally implanted placenta after 20 weeks of gestation and before delivery of the fetus. M. U. Methods: This was a retrospective observational study that was conducted from Jan 2016 to Dec. 2019. Conclusions: In our investigation, the prevalence of abruptio placenta in Bangkok's medical college and hospitals was 0. 9 percent. One of the main problems in our study was postpartum haemorrhage. Conclusions: No maternal deaths were reported in both mother and fetus, with early intervention and availability of blood and blood products likely leading to reduced mortality and morbidity in both mother and infants.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.18203/2320-1770.ijrcog20213851

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