abruptio placentae

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a disorder of pregnancy in which the placenta prematurely separates from the wall of the uterus

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One of the most common placental abnormalities is abruptio placenta; this Latin term is explained as 'rending asunder of the placenta', implying and denoting a sudden accident1.
Intrapartum factors include prolonged first stage of labour, prolonged second stage of labour, chorioamnionitis and abruptio placentae.
Decelerations were seen in pregnant cardiotocography follow-ups with abnormal abdominal pain and uterine contractions continued and simultaneous wide bleeding area (like abruptio placenta) was seen on the posterior part of placenta in ultrasound.
As a result, the obstetrics and gynaecology department at LUWMRH set up a specialist-run antenatal clinic for patients known to have had severe pre-eclampsia, unexplained IUDs and abruptio placentae.
Subsequently, other studies have also shown increased incidence of complications in patients with circumvallate placenta like abruptio placentae, preterm births, IUGR, oligohydramnios, non-reassuring foetal heart rate patterns (4, 5) and even a study reported increased incidence of IUFD as compared to controls (5).
Factores de riesgo asociados con AP: Se encontro asociacion significativa con los siguientes factores de riesgo: los antecedentes maternos patologicos positivos y la primigestacion (tabla 1), el desprendimiento prematuro de placenta (abruptio placentae), hemorragia en el tercer trimestre de la gestacion, los oligohidramnios, la taquicardia fetal, el monitoreo fetal intraparto anormal, el expulsivo igual o mayor a una hora, la fiebre materna durante el trabajo de parto, la corioamnionitis materna, las convulsiones maternas, la bradicardia fetal y el sindrome hipertensivo asociado al embarazo (tabla 2).
Uterine atony is associated with operative deliveries, instrumental deliveries, retained placenta, placenta previa and abruptio placenta21.
The parameters taken were maternal age, parity, birth spacing, employment, antenatal care, history of anemia, placenta previa, abruptio placenta, and preeclampsia in pregnancy.
Pregnancy complications include: hydramnios/oligohydramnios; amnionitis; premature rupture membranes; abruptio placentae, placenta previa; and antepartum hemorrhage.
When the maternal risk factors in perinatal mortality were examined, it was found that the most common morbidities included abruptio placenta, preeclampsia, hypertension, hemorrhage, diabetes mellitus and prolapsus of the umblical cord and the results were compared with the 1999 data.
Nasrallah's metaphor of closing asylums to psychosocial abruptio placentae (Needed: A biopsychosocial 'therapeutic placenta' for people with schizophrenia, CURRENT PSYCHIATRY.
(39-41) Tambien se identificaron en menor proporcion otras alteraciones como el desprendimiento (abruptio) de la placenta, condicion causante de interrupcion subita del flujo sanguineo fetal y responsable de muerte fetal por hipoxia aguda en 22 casos (7%).