DOPPLER STUDY IN 1ST AND 2ND TRIMESTER ON UTERINE AND UMBILICAL ARTERIES TO PREDICT HYPERTENSIVE DISORDERS OF PREGNANCY AND IUGR.
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2022, Volume 9, Issue 6, Pages 569-576
AbstractBackground and objectives:
Complications during pregnancy are frequently associated with adverse outcomes for the mother and foetus. These complications may result from preexisting maternal conditions and prior obstetric complications. A higher risk of developing intrauterine growth restriction, Hypertensive disorder is associated with impaired trophoblastic invasion of the maternal spiral arteries. The objective of study is the to predict this complication of hypertensive disorder and IGUR in 1st and 2nd trimester pregnancy by using Doppler study on uterine and umbilical arteries.
This study on Uterine and umbilical arteries Doppler Ultrasound assessment among pregnant women in 1st and 2nd trimester to predict hypertensive and IUGR disorder, There were a total of 200 women enrolled in the study, same 1st trimester pregnant women continuation with 2nd trimester for Doppler study. Data were obtained from 200 registered patients attending prenatal OPD in hospitals between 1st and 2nd trimester.
In the present study we found that Uterine artery Doppler RI: 12%, PI: 10 %, S/D: 12 % in first trimester, and Uterine artery Doppler RI: 38%, PI: 34 %, S/D: 38 %, ED Notch: 18 % in 2nd trimester and 15 % of women had raised SBP and DBP Of the total 200 pregnant women.
Uterine and umbilical artery Doppler has potential. Clinicians would have the chance to stop the condition before it shows clinical symptoms by implementing an ultrasound screening programme in high-risk pregnant mothers.
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