OUTCOMES FOR GYNAE AND OBS PATIENTS: STUDY FROM THE INTENSIVE CARE UNIT OF LUMHS HOSPITAL

Naheed Parveen Erum Smreen
2020 Zenodo  
Gynecology and obstetrics department is faced with huge number of patients ranging from milder female problem to surgeries of various natures. Some of them need only OPD opinions while others need may need to be hospitalized. Few admitted patients may need to be shifted into intensive care units due to their critical condition of various origins. To estimate the outcome of our ICU admitted patients we conducted this study and explored our retrospective data for those patients which were shifted
more » ... which were shifted from the department of gynecology and obstetrics during 2018 to 2019. We found that there were 110 patients were shifted to ICU out of which 26 (23.64%) were gynecology cases while 84 (76.36%) of them were obstetric cases. There were 73 (66.36%) which resulted in death and 37 (33.63%) were those which improved. Majority of the patients were of eclampsia followed by postpartum hemorrhage. Conclusion: Obstetric cases are more associated with bad outcome (mortality) in comparison to gynecology cases
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3739733 fatcat:z7oy2vd4kncfpgulvzrv7zbjsq