A CLINICAL STUDY OF MATERNAL AND FETAL OUTCOME IN PREMATURE RUPTURE OF MEMBRANES

Dr Sanjana patil, Dr Rameshwari Malshetty

Abstract


Objective: The aim of the study was to see the maternal and fetal outcome of preterm pre labour rupture membrane and to identify the risk factors for preterm pre labour rupture membrane. Methods and material: This was a comparative study between the study (PROM) and control group conducted  in  M .R .Medical College, Gulbarga in the department of OBG. 100 pregnant women with preterm premature rupture of the membrane (gestational age 28-0 to 36-6 weeks) were included in this study and 100 pregnant women as controls. Results: 13% were malpresentations and 10% had h/o recent coitus, were the major risk factors. 64% had spontaneous , 73% percent patient delivered by vaginal route and 27% patients underwent LSCS. 11% patients had puerperal fever and 3% chorioamnionitis. 26% newborn suffered from RDS and 14% of neonatal sepsis.Conclusion: Antenatal diagnosis to prevent PROM by identifying the risk factors is a important tool in management.


Keywords


Premature rupture of the membrane; Maternal and neonatal outcome.

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