Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Primigravidae

A Comparative Study On Labour Progression After Elective Induction Of Labour Vs. Spontaneous Progression Of Labour In Primigravidae At Term At A Tertiary Care Hospital

Dr. L Santhilatha, Dr. J Devi, Dr. B Nissy Jacintha, Dr. P Renuka, .Dr. R Namratha

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2023, Volume 10, Issue 1, Pages 3910-3928

Background: In modern obstetrics, inducing labor is a routine practice. The National Centre for Health Statistics' data show that over the past ten years. The reasons behind this increase in the induction rate are intricate and multifaceted. The majority of the signs for induction of labor have not changed.
Methods: Cross-sectional comparative research in a hospital. There were two groups in the research population. In spontaneous labor, 100 primigravidae women at term were admitted to MGMH. 100 ladies were admitted for labor induction. The research was carried out in the Modern Government Maternity Hospital in Petlaburj, India. This research was carried out between October 2020 and October 2022.
Results: To the best of our knowledge, this is one of the first studies to compare the outcomes for mothers and newborns in primigravida who underwent both induced and natural labor. The study's key strength is the inclusion of a sufficient number of pregnant women in a representative sample, which boosted the study's power and made it more generalizable to settings with similar conditions. The chance of errors was decreased by using specialized software for data collecting and processing.
Conclusion: This can be accomplished by carefully assessing the maternal and fetal conditions and validating the pertinent indicators. Additionally, proactive planning and diligent monitoring should be used to lower the number of induced labor women who need to be admitted to the NICU.

To detect abnormal labour at an early stage in primigravida by partogram

Dr Senadhipati Shakunthala, Dr Padma Pilli, Dr.Y.Radhika Ganesh,Dr.MobineAhamad S, Dr KotiMythri

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2022, Volume 9, Issue 3, Pages 5923-5932

Aims: To detect abnormal labour at an early stage in Primi gravida and toassess the
management options for different types of abnormal labours detected bypartogram.
Materials and methods: It is a prospective study in which 100 antenatal patients were
admitted to the department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. For all patients in the 100
Primigravida, Singleton pregnancy, term gestation in labor, and Cephalic presentation
with vertex as the presenting part, a modified WHO partogram was adopted.The
patients are divided into three groups, and the partogram is divided into three zones
throughout the research. Group A: Patients who deliver before the alert line is reached
are in the safe zone. Patients who deliver after the alert line but before the action lines
are placed in Group B. Patients who give birth after the action line is crossed are in
Group C.