Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : pregnancy outcomes


RETROSPECTIVELY ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF INCREASED MATERNAL AGE ON THE OUTCOMES OF THE PREGNANCY: A CLINICAL STUDY

Dr. Roma Sharma, Dr. Mona Gupta, Dr Yash Hada

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2022, Volume 9, Issue 3, Pages 280-286

Background: There is an increased prevalence of various medical disorders and various
neonatal complications including perinatal death, chromosomal abnormalities, birth defects,
low birth weight, preterm delivery, admission to NICU, and/or low Apgar scores.
Aims: The present study was conducted to assess and evaluate the effects of advanced
maternal age on the pregnancy, and to assess adverse fetal and maternal outcomes in
advanced maternal age pregnancy.
Materials and Methods: 131 subjects in the control group and 136 subjects from the study
group were categorized into two groups based on the maternal age of >35 years for the study
group and 20-35 years for the control group. The primary outcomes assessed were cesarean
delivery incidence, gestational hypertension, gestational diabetes incidence, premature
membrane rupture, antepartum hemorrhage, and preterm labor were compared between the
control group and study group.

Anamnestic Data Of Patients With Hyperplastic Processes In The Endometrium

Zilola Nazirova; Diloramkhon Asrankulova; Gulnoza Akhmadjonova

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 3382-3390

Endometrial hyperplasia (EH) is one of the main forms of pathological proliferative changes in the uterine mucosa, regardless of the age of women. Hyperplastic processes can occur independently or be combined with anotherpathology, appear against the background of many somatic and gynecological diseases. Result: In recent years, there has been an increase in endometrial hyperplastic processes, which is associated with an increase in the life expectancy of the female population, an unfavorable environmental situation, an increase in the number of chronic somatic diseases