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Resolved but Not Forgotten: The Effect of Resolved Placenta Previa on Labor Management

Placenta previa is diagnosed in up to 15% of pregnancies at the anatomy ultrasound and 0. 5% remain to term. We wanted to find out if abnormal placenta previa during pregnancy is related to adverse labor outcomes. Overall, 10. 2% of patients with diagnosed placenta previa experienced postpartum hemorrhage, compared to 2. 1% in the normal placentation group. Patients with resolved placenta previa were 5. 2 times more likely to experience a postpartum hemorrhage and 3. 4 times more likely to need extra uterotonic drugs than those who did not. There is no difference between operative delivery for fetal distress or diagnostic heart tracing around the time of delivery, or a category-II or III fetal heart tracing around the time of delivery. Patients with a high incidence of postpartum hemorrhage and the use of uterotonic agents had a greater risk of postpartum hemorrhage and use of uterotonic agents in patients with resolved placenta previa.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1055/a-1877-8617


Clinical case of delivery of a pregnant woman with Vasa previa on the background of Placenta previa/accreta

The article explores a clinical case of Vasa previa in women with a complex somatic and obstetric history and four previous surgeries on the pelvic organs.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.30841/2708-8731.4.2021.238158


Ultrasound-based nomogram for postpartum hemorrhage prediction in pernicious placenta previa

Perplexity of placenta previa is one of pregnancy's most uncommon problems after cesarean section, with high perinatal mortality. This research was conducted to find a nomogram to predict postpartum hemorrhage in patients with PPP. Methods: A total of 246 patients with confirmed PPP at Shengjing Hospital of China Medical University from January 2018 to December 2021 were accepted, including a total of 246 patients with confirmed PPP from January 2018 to December 2021. Univariate testing was used to screen out the final risk factors affecting postpartum hemorrhage. The area under the curve of the Lasso regression analysis's nomogram was higher than that of the ultrasonic total score alone. In addition, DCA showed greater clinical equival in the former nomogram than in the later nomogram. PPP's postpartum hemorrhage was identified and validated to aid clinicians in evaluating postpartum hemorrhage.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fphys.2022.982080


Electronic microscopic specifications of decidual spilla in a woman with placenta previa

With placenta previa, the aim: a review of the electronic microscopic characteristics of the deciduous membrane in pregnant women with placenta previa. In ten pregnant women with placenta previa, electron microscopy of the deciduous membrane was performed. Decidual membrane biopsy was performed at the site of placenta previa and from the uterine body outside the placenta previa. The deciduous membrane in the abdomen of the uterus outside of the placenta previa's laboratory is not preserved, and the cytoplasm is in direct contact with the myometrium or connective tissue, or is lysed. U2013 beta-particles and granules that form clusters in the form of rosettes u2013 alpha-particles. The lumens of blood vessels are either entirely blocked or completely blocked by accumulations of blood plasma proteins, fibrin, and cell detritus of blood cells, which lead to blood clot formation. The foci of decidualization gradually expands and push the endometrial glands into the myometrium directly in the region of u200bplacenta previa in the lower segment of the uterus. By placingnta previa in the lower segment of the uterus, in turn, the deletion of the inclusions by the decidual cells contributes to a disorder of trophic decidual membrane in the uterine body.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.30841/2708-8731.7-8.2021.250835


Ultrasound Diagnosis of Placenta Previa and its Associated Risk Factors with Parity and Previous Cesarean Section

Placenta previa is a pregnancy disorder in which the placenta is positioned abnormally either partially or completely covering the cervix. Females with prior cesarean section are at an increased risk of experiencing placenta previa. Using ultrasound, Placenta Previa and its Associated Risk Factors are investigated with Parity and the Previous Cesarean Section. After receiving informed permission, patients identified with placenta previa following ultrasound examination were included. The findings of this report revealed that women in their 20-30 years are the most affected. The majority of the women 27 with placenta previa present asymptomatic. The most common location for placenta previa 20 is Anterior. Conclusion: The ultrasound is absolutely capable of determining placenta previa, its kind, and location. With the danger of developing placenta previa, there is a direct correlation between previous cesarean section and multiparity.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.54393/pjhs.v3i01.41


Effectiveness of a fetal magnetic resonance imaging scoring system for predicting the prognosis of pernicious placenta previa: A retrospective study

The use of multiple magnetic resonance imaging techniques in predicting perceptive placenta previa with placenta accreta spectrum disorders is also controversial. This study was designed to determine the use of a self-made fetal magnetic resonance imaging scoring device in predicting various types of PAS in pervasive places and the corresponding risk of bleeding. This retrospective analysis included 193 patients diagnosed with PPP based on MRI findings before delivery. The MRI total score and placental implantation type's curves were drawn in the R Studio environment by the pROC software, and cutoff values of each type were determined, as well as diagnostic evaluation indicators such as sensitivity, specificity, and the Youden index. Comparisons: The boundary value between the non-PAS and placental adhesion was 5. 5, the difference between placental adhesion and placental implantation was 15. 5 points, the largest value between placental and placental adhesion was 5. 5, and 5. 5, that between placental adhesion and placental implantation was 11. 5, and the difference between placental implantation and placental adhesion was 15. 5 points.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fphys.2022.921273


Comparison of Placenta Previa and Placenta Accreta Spectrum Disorder Following Previous Cesarean Section between Women with a Short and Normal Interpregnancy Interval

Using a previous cesarean section, the intention of this research is to determine the effect of interpregnancy interval on the incidence of placenta previa and placenta accretion disorders in women. The eligible women recruited were divided into two groups, namely, short and normal IPI. Placenta previa and placenta accreta spectrum disorder, as well as other reasons associated with the occurrence of placenta previa and placenta accaccacce. According to the chart below, the incidence of placenta previa by ultrasound was 8. 9% and 4. 0 percent for short and normal IPI. According to the table, the prevalence of placenta accreta spectrum disorder was 1. 6% and 0. 8% for short and normal IPI. The number of cesarean sections in women with low IPI is the only observed significant difference between the clinical variables and placenta previa. Following a cesarean section, a short interpregnancy period does not appear to have a significant effect on placenta previa and placenta accouta spectrum disorder.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1155/2022/8028639


V-shaped uterine suture (VUS): A new suturing technique to control lower uterine bleeding in placenta previa or accreta during cesarean section

Background : Uterine compression sutures have been described as a safe intraoperative hemostatic agent in placenta previa or accuta. VUS was performed in 14 cases between January 2018 and December 2021, including 1 gushing bleeding from the area of the internal uterine ostium's incision, and 2 when the bleeding was stopped, the time taken to re-fill the uterine cavity below the uterine incision was 5 s or less. Conclusion : VUS is a fast and painless suturing device to minimize massive hemorrhage in placenta previa or accacca, with no narrowing of the lower part of the uterus and no blockage of the uterus.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-1774584/v1


Compression of the lower uterine segment (COLUS) is an effective method of bleeding cessation during caesarean section on the background of placenta previa

After separating and loneliness of placenta during a gestation period of 36 weeks, the main group was composed of 30 women with placenta previa, who were routinely delivered by cesarean section and using the COLUS method. A high percentage of blood loss from 1000 ml or more was observed in the control group after a standard caesarean section technique, which is typical for operations conducted with placenta previa. The results show that pregnant women with placenta previa can be delivered in the gestation period of 36 weeks (u2013 36 weeks + 6 days). In the absence of a developed lower uterine segment in combination with the COLUS technique, performing a cesarean section is a safe and safe surgical option for preventing blood loss in a complex of therapeutic steps to avoid massive obstetric bleeding in a complex series of surgical steps.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.18370/2309-4117.2020.54.67-71


Influence of antepartum hemorrhage on placenta previa: A multi-center, retrospective cohort study

It is unknown if the frequency of antepartum hemorrhage relative to the particular gestational week in placenta previa will result in negative perinatal outcomes. The aim of this research was to determine the correlation between APH and gestational week number and the determination of the different perinatal outcomes in women with placenta previa. Patients with placenta previa were divided into two groups: women with APH and women without APH. Patients with complete placental coverage included a higher number of women experiencing bleeding than those who did not bleed, indicating that a complete placenta was a risk factor for APH. CONCLUSIONS THE gestational week and frequency of each APH varied in patients with placenta previa, resulting in an increase in adverse maternal and neonatal outcomes.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-61700/v1

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