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Doppler study in second and third trimester in high risk pregnancy and perinatal outcome

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1Dr. Surayya Tahseen, 2Dr. Thajammul Samrin, 3Dr. Juveriya, 4Dr. Patan Rubeena Khanam, 5Dr. Syed Rubina Taranum, 6Dr. Shwetha H


Background: In order to screen for defective placentation and related consequences such pre-eclampsia, intrauterine growth restriction, and infant death, doppler examination of the placental circulation is crucial. Methods: From August 2021 to July 2022, the study was carried out in the Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Owaisi Hospital and Research Centre, Hyderabad, Telangana, India. Prospective observational study conducted in a hospital involving 100 patients. Results: Any gestational age after 32 weeks where REDV is detected should warrant consideration for an urgent delivery. Guidelines from the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine, which suggest intensive fetal monitoring of these fetuses and continuing expectant treatment until 32 weeks as long as fetal monitoring is still reassuring, support this. Conclusion: Doppler velocimetry can be a valuable addition to standard antepartum surveillance procedures in patients with IUGR fetuses. If other antepartum surveillance tests are reassuring, an abnormal Doppler should not necessitate an obstetric intervention. When an aberrant Doppler finding is discovered, the obstetrician is made aware of the potential problems, and the delivery should be scheduled at a tertiary care center with good neonatal facilities.

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