Antenatal and Post-Natal Risks and Associated Outcomes with of Booked and Unbooked Cases of Pregnant Women at a Tertiary Care Hospital – A Prospective Observational Study
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2023, Volume 10, Issue 3, Pages 1057-1064
AbstractJourney of a human begins when there is a successful meet of a healthy sperm and an egg during fertile period. It is well-thought-out to be a distinction of new joyful foundation for the married couple. Ongoing with the antenatal days for a budding fetus certain changes do occur in mothers’ body also in anticipation of new incoming child. These changes would but obviously need medical help to land up in an effortless and well deserved post-natal period.Hence study was undertaken to observe complications in antenatal and post-natal period of booked and unbooked cases of pregnant women coming to our hospital. We had also observed complications during this period in both the groups which may benefit to build further strategies of health care sector for making a healthier mother-children society of our country.
Material methods: All the patients who were getting admitted during their labour were finally considered for the collection of data. Primarily subjects were provided with informed and written consent to participate in the study after that patient’s demography data was recorded to make the final observations. While recording data primarily age, height and weight of the patients were recorded amongst booked (496) and unbooked (508) categories. Then starting with history of present illness obstetrical history, gestational age, mode of delivery, complication during and after pregnancy, and perinatal complications was recorded.
Conclusion: we conclude that there are many factors which determine the pregnancy outcome and many of them are rectifiable which will help in evading so many maternal deaths. By providing the standard maternity and child care services much can be done for betterment of pregnant women. By considering differential data amongst booked and unbooked pregnant women for complications in antenatal and post-natal period of pregnant mother for many years is evident that morbidity and mortality can be reduce my adequate antenatal care facilities to these future mothers. Reference centers should be developed close to the homes with better equipped clinical facilities, proper instrumentation and trained staff which will benefit the outcome of pregnant women to make a healthier future of our Nation
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