Study of etiological factors, maternal and foetal outcome in Oligohydraminos

Dantam Hymavathi Devi, Associate Professor, Department of Gynaecology, Katuri Medical College & Hospital, Chinakondrupadu, Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, INDIA.
2020 MedPulse International Journal of Gynecology  
Oligohydramnios is a severe and common complication of pregnancy. Oligohydramnios has got significant impact on neonatal outcome and maternal morbidity. Aim and objective: To study the etiological factors, maternal and foetal outcome in patients with oligohydramnios. Methodology: Present study was a prospective study carried out in pregnant women presenting with oligohydramnios to Department of OBGY. Data was collected with pre tested questionnaire. Data included demographic data, clinical
more » ... data, clinical history and clinical examination. Obstetrical Ultrasound was done. All women were closely monitored throughout their antenatal, intrapartum and postpartum periods. Maternal and fetal outcome noted. Data was analysed with appropriate statistical test. Results: Majority of the patients in our study were from the age group of 20-25 years (55%) followed by 26-30 years (30%). In our study, 63% were in the gestation age of >37 weeks. Among 100 patients, 62% patients required caesarean section with Most common indication of foetal distress (72.58%) followed by CPD (12.91%). Low birth weight babies were 51.06%. APGAR score measured <7 at 1 minute in 62.76% and <7 at 5 minutes in 40.42% newborns.
doi:10.26611/10121534 fatcat:p5vhxu7hejdhjbeqrjgvggw5jm