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A Study Of Antepartum Haemorrhage And Its Maternal And Perinatal Outcome At Tertiary Care Hospital In Western Rajasthan
It is an obstetric emergency contributing to a significant amount of perinatal morbidity and mortality .. In developed countries maternal mortality has decreased due to better emergency obstetrical facilities .. In India it is still high due to associated problems like anemia, difficulty in transport facilities, lack of awareness, lack of blood transfusion facilities in Rural India. A hospital based retrospective analysis is done.Obstetric haemorrage is leading cause of maternal mortality in the world.3 The prevalence of APH varies from hospital to hosopital i.e.0.5% to 5%.1 There are many complications which are associated with APH like malpresentation, premature labor, PPH, shock, higher rate of caesarean sections, peripartum hysterectomy and maternal death, perinatal complication include premature delivery , low birth weight , intrauterine death, congenital malformation and birth asphyxia.4,5After studying of Demographic profile of the cases, it was found that better provision of antenatal services is very much essential for prompt management and to reduce APH related complications. To avoid maternal and perinatal complications of APH following measures can be taken . All cases of APH should be considered under high risk pregnancy and proper management plan should be followed.
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