A study of perinatal outcome in isolated oligohydramnios in a tertiary care hospital
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2022, Volume 9, Issue 4, Pages 3467-3480
AbstractAim and Background: To investigate the perinatal outcome at a tertiary care institution in isolated oligohydramnios. In Isolated Oligohydramnios, to Understand the Perinatal Outcome. compare the maternal and perinatal outcomes between isolated oligohydramnios and pregnancies where the amniotic fluid volume (AFI) is within a normal range (AFI5cm). to learn how frequently isolated oligohydramnios occur.
Methods: Patients were the subjects of a prospective case-control research on the perinatal outcome in isolated oligohydramnios with AFI 5 cm.
Results: In this study, 100 cases of isolated oligohydramnios were diagnosed through clinical examination and ultrasonography in the third trimester. These cases were compared to 100 controls, who had normal AFI and were matched for age, parity, and gestational age. The two groups did not significantly differ in terms of parity, gestational age, or maternal age.
Conclusions: Most of the participants in our study were in the 20 to 30 year age range. The case group's mean age was 23.84 years, while the control group's was 24.26 years. Primi and Multi mothers were up 69% and 31% of the case group, respectively. Primi and Multi mothers made up 66% and 34%, respectively, of the control group.
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