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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In this cohort, 63% of the asphyxia-related deaths were due to abruptio placentae.
A case of OH was established if a record indicated a diagnosis of antepartum haemorrhage (APH) (unspecified), abruptio placentae, ruptured uterus, or retained placenta, bleeding after trauma to the lower genital tract, symptomatic placenta praevia, and PPH.
Depending upon the severity of signs and symptoms, Abruptio placentae is divided into:
Abruptio placentae are a major causes of third trimester bleeding complicating 0.
Maternal outcome in terms of caesarean section, vaginal delivery, acute renal failure, pulmonary oedema, abruptio placenta, DIC, postpartum haemorrhage (PPH), need for hysterectomy, intensive care unit (ICU) stay, need for blood and fresh frozen plasma (FFP) transfusion were noted.
Complicaciones hemorragicas asociadas con el embarazo (hemorragia posparto y complicaciones del choque hemorragico por placenta previa, abruptio placentae y hemorragia posparto).
5-fold Adverse outcome in previous pregnancy (fetal growth restriction, abruptio placentae, fetal 2- to 3-fold death) Source: Adapted from Obstet.
In the <P75 group the cause of death was unknown in 3 cases, maternal diabetes in 3, severe congenital abnormalities in 1, abruptio placentae in 1, and growth restriction and syphilis/ growth restriction in 1 each.
38% in the normal-weight group--were not significantly different between groups, nor were the percentages who developed severe hypertension, HELLP (hemolysis, elevated liver enzymes, and low platelet count) syndrome, abruptio placentae, or eclampsia, Dr.
This woman had abruptio placenta at delivery (36 weeks of gestation).
Los problemas de placenta y cordon en especial el abruptio placenta son los responsables de 12.
11-17] We evaluated 10 of these lesions and separated them for the purposes of this study into 2 categories: recent lesions (generally considered to occur within days of the time of labor and delivery), including acute chorioamnionitis, meconium-associated changes, recent chorionic vessel thrombi, changes consistent with abruptio placenta, and increased nucleated red blood cells (NRBC), and chronic lesions (generally believed to have their onset long before labor and delivery), including avascular villi, chronic villitis, perivillous fibrin, changes consistent with maternal vascular underperfusion, and diffuse chorioamnionic hemosiderosis.
At least half the infants were delivered by cesarean when eclampsia (52%), abruptio placenta (57%), fetal distress (63%), dysfunctional labor (64%), cord prolapse (68%), placenta previa (82%), malpresentation (84%), or cephalopelvic disproportion (98%) were diagnosed (1).