Document Type : Research Article
The present study was conducted to find out incidence of abruption placenta cases, risk factors associated with abruptio placentae and fetomaternal outcome in RDBP Jaipuria hospital associated with RUHS CMS, Jaipur.
Material and methods: A Prospective observational study was conducted at Tertiary care hospital (Government RDBP Jaipuria Hospital attached with RUHS CMS, Jaipur) during one year study period.
Results: 40 (70.68%) babies were live births, 11 (18.96%) babies were dead (IUFD), while 6 (10.34%) were stillborn and 7 (12.07%) expired in their early neonatal period. This concludes perinatal mortality rate of 22.41% in our study period. 19 (32.76%) patients developed PPH, 16 (27.59%) patient encountered hemorrhagic shock, 9 (15.52%) patients developed DIC, 15 (25.86%) patients had prolonged hospital stay, 8 (13.79%) had puerperal sepsis, 5 (8.6%) patients required ICU admission, 4 (6.89%) required ventilatory support and 2 (3.45%) cases complicated with Renal failure. There was one maternal mortality in our study duration.
Conclusion: Placental abruption has a profound impact on both maternal and perinatal complications including PPH, shock, DIC, renal failure, couvelaire uterus with severe birth asphyxia and perinatal death.