Original Research Paper

Antepartum haemorrhage - Study and analysis of Obstetric and Fetal outcomes

Dr. Yogesh Thawal, Dr. Dipak Suresh Kolate Kolte , Dr. Prashant Suryarao, Dr. Meenal M. Patvekar, Dr. Amrita Bhola, Dr. Avisha Malu

  Abstract :

Background: Antepartum hemorrhage (APH) is an obstetrical emergency and is one of the leading causes of maternal and perinatal mortality and morbidity. Incidence varies from 2-5% of all deliveries. It contributes to 15-20% of all maternal deaths in India. Such obstetric emergency if handled carefully with identification of risk factors and timely management of cases can reduce chances of maternal and perinatal complications.Methods: The present study is an observational study focusing on antepartum haemorrhage and its maternal and perinatal outcomes in a tertiary care centre over 2 years, conducted in Dept. of Obstetrics and Gynecology of Dr. D. Y. Patil Medical College, Hospital and Research Centre, Pimpri, Pune. A predesigned semi-structured, patient-friendly questionnaire was prepared based on the review of literature on Antepartum hemorrhage.Results: All 23 cases of Placenta Previa were delivered by Caesarean Section. Abruptio Placentae had 29 cases delivered by vaginal delivery & 24 cases delivered by C-Section. Our findings were statistically significant (p=0.000 which is


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ANTEPARTUM HAEMORRHAGE - STUDY AND ANALYSIS OF OBSTETRIC AND FETAL OUTCOMES , Dr. Yogesh Thawal, Dr. Dipak Suresh Kolate (Kolte), Dr. Prashant Suryarao, Dr. Meenal M. Patvekar, Dr. Amrita Bhola, Dr. Avisha Malu, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCES IN GYNAECOLOGY : Volume-6 | Issue-1 | March-2022

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