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International Journal of Gynaecology Sciences

Vol. 6, Issue 2, Part A (2024)

Maternal and Fetal outcome in premature rupture of membrane at term

Author(s):

Dr. Sreelata S, Dr. Surajit Adak and Dr. Avijit Das

Abstract:

Background: Premature Rupture of Membrane is associated with increase maternal morbidity and mortality. The purpose of this research is to ascertain the fetal and maternal outcome in a case of premature rupture of membrane (PROM) following 37 weeks.
Materials and Methods: One hundred patients diagnosed with PROM at or beyond 37 weeks gestation participated in a retrospective cross-sectional study centered at ESIC Medical college and hospital from 01/06/2023-31/05/2024 (1 yr), to examine the outcomes for both mothers and fetuses. 
Results: Among total 1931 Deliveries, 13% of the cases, perinatal morbidity was seen. Newborn infections was the most frequent cause.
Conclusions: Prolonged PROM to delivery intervals were associated with higher rates of morbidity. So proper analysis of case is important for prevention of morbidity and mortality.
 

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International Journal of Gynaecology Sciences
How to cite this article:
Dr. Sreelata S, Dr. Surajit Adak and Dr. Avijit Das. Maternal and Fetal outcome in premature rupture of membrane at term. Int. J. Gynaecology Sci. 2024;6(2):01-03. DOI: 10.33545/26648393.2024.v6.i2a.31
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