A Study of Maternal Outcome in Case of HELLP and Partial HELLP Syndrome in a Tertiary Care Hospital - Kalaburagi
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2022, Volume 9, Issue 1, Pages 570-577
AbstractHELLP syndrome is a severe complication of pregnancy with high risk for both fetus and mother , some pregnant women develop just one or two of the characteristics of this syndrome which is called as partial HELLP syndrome ,Maternal morbidity and mortality are due to consequences such as pulmonary oedema ,renal failure ,DIC ,this study evaluates the maternal outcome in HELLP syndrome so that the management is improved resulting in reduced mortality and morbidity
Objectives: This study was designed to understand maternal outcome in HELLP and Partial HELLP syndrome in pregnant women at GIMS hospital kalaburgi
Methodology: This study is a Prospective analytical study conducted in OBG department in GIMS Kalaburgi from April 2021 to September 2021 ( 6 month) .
Inclusion criteria: Antenatal women above 20 week gestation who fulfilled the criteria for HELLP and Partial HELLP syndrome were included in study
Detailed history , clinical examination, BP measurement Obstetric Examination , blood investigation were done and categorized by Missiippi Classification for better evaluation
Maternal outcome were noted and subjected to Statistical analysis .
Exclusion criteria: all antenatal women with mild pre-eclamsipa who does not fulfill the Lab criteria of HELLP syndrome.
Conclusion: Once diagnosis of HELLP syndrome is confirmed management depends on several obstetric and maternal variables like gestation age , severity of lab abnormalities, fetal status , early detection and prompt management of preeclampsia is the most important approach to prevent HELLP and Partial HELLP syndrome, we have to increase grass route level antenatal care
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