IJPR  articles are Indexed in SCOPUS (2010 - 2021)Click Here     *Five Years Citation in Google scholar (2016 - 2020) is. 1451*        Now IJPR is Q2 in SJR Ranking     Scopus Coverage of IJPR (2010-2021 Issue 1)          Journal is Currently Not Indexed in Scopus as on february 2021 list provided by scopus

logo

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH

A Step Towards Excellence
Published by : Advanced Scientific Research
ISSN
0975-2366
Current Issue
No Data found.
Article In Press
No Data found.
ADOBE READER

(Require Adobe Acrobat Reader to open, If you don't have Adobe Acrobat Reader)

Index Page 1
Click here to Download
IJPR 9[3] July - September 2017 Special Issue

July - September 9[3] 2017

Click to download
 

Article Detail

Label
Label
Expectant Management of Sever PRE-Eclamsia: Maternal and Neonatal Outcome

Author: MASOUMEH MIRZAMORADI, SORAYA SALEHGARGARI, PARICHEHR POORANSARI, MAHBOOBEH GHARIBLAKY
Abstract: Background and aim: Preeclampsia is a multisystem, highly variable disorder unique to pregnancy and a leading cause of maternal and fetal/neonatal morbidity and mortality. The objective of the present study was to compare the benefits and risk of interventional and expectant management in women with Preeclampsia, which is more beneficial by comparing the maternal and neonatal outcome. Methods: 220 women were enrolled in the study, 63 women in the intervention group due to contraindication (cause of termination of pregnancy) and divided into three groups. (28-30w, 30-32w and 32-34w). The conservative treatment group (157), which lasted more than two days from admission to termination of pregnancy, was transmitted to the department after the initial assessment, depending on the amount of blood pressure and laboratory abnormalities. Then maternal and fetal complications were compared in two groups of intervention and conservative treatment. Statistical analysis of collected data were done using IBM. SPSS statistics software 23.0 Version. Result: women age mean was 31.45 (4.59) between 20-41. Maternal condition dictated termination of pregnancy in the expectant management more commonly than fetal condition. Though maternal complications were slightly higher with the expectant management (15% vs. 8%), but it was not found to have statistical significance (p value 0.919). These complications were well managed by multidisciplinary care, indicating institutional supervision of expectant management. The most frequent maternal complication in both the group was abruption, followed by eclampsia (3.8%) in expectant management. Conclusion: Expectant management of preterm severe preeclampsia results in a better obstetric outcome
Keyword: pre-eclampsia, maternal, neonatal, expectant management
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2019.11.01.132
Download: Request For Article
 




ONLINE SUBMISSION
USER LOGIN


Username
Password
Login | Register
News & Events
SCImago Journal & Country Rank

Terms and Conditions
Disclaimer
Refund Policy
Instrucations for Subscribers
Privacy Policy

Copyrights Form

0.12
2018CiteScore
 
8th percentile
Powered by  Scopus
Google Scholar

hit counters free