Uzma Siddique, Syeda Khalida Naeem, Bushra Begum Ramejo, Aesha Sadaf Rizwan, Moniza Imran, Noorjehan Sahito
Pakistan Journal of Medical & Health Sciences



Maternal Outcome in Women with Preeclampsia

Uzma Siddique, Syeda Khalida Naeem, Bushra Begum Ramejo, Aesha Sadaf Rizwan, Moniza Imran, Noorjehan Sahito



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ABSTRACT

Aim: To determine the maternal outcomes in women presented with severe pre-eclampsia.

Study Design: Prospective/Observational Place and Duration: Obs & Gynae department of Akhtar Saeed Medical and Dental College and Hospital, Lahore and Kausar hospital/Khairpur Medical College, Khairpur Mir’s

Methods: Total 100 patients with ages 18 to 45 years presented with pre-eclampsia were included in this study. Patients detailed demographic including age, parity, gestational age, and body mass index were recorded after taking written consent. Patients complete blood picture was examined. Complications associated with preeclampsia were examined. Data was analyzed by SPSS 23.0.

Results: Out of 100 patients 23 (23%) were ages <20 years, 42 (42%) were ages 20 to 30 years, 30 (30%) were ages 31 to 40 years and 5 (5%) were ages above 40 years. 41 (41%) were primigravida while 59 (59%) were multigravida. Mean gestational age was 34.11±3.88 weeks. HELLP syndrome found in 21 (21%) patients, 11 (11%) patients had eclampsia, and 16 (16%) patients had placental abruption, coagulopathy found in 4 (4%) patients, 3 (3%) patients developed acute renal failure and 2 (2%) patients were died.

Conclusion: It is concluded that pre-eclampsia is highly associated with major maternal complications such as HELLP syndrome, eclampsia, placental abruption and maternal mortality.

Keywords: Pre-eclampsia, HELLP Syndrome, Placental Abruption, Eclampsia, Mortality.



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