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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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.
Presently, increasing use of TAS/TVS for placental localisation and to diagnose abruptio placentae, improved obstetrical and anaesthetic facilities, increasing use of blood and its products to correct anaemia and advanced neonatal care facilities to make increased chances of survival of a preterm infant, all collectively have played important role in decreasing perinatal as well as maternal morbidity and mortality.
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).
1 In this study such conditions included cord prolapse fetal distress and abruptio placentae.
Mujeres en tercer y cuarto periodos del parto (alumbramiento y puerperio inmediato) con choque hipovolemico de cualquier grado por placenta previa o abruptio placentae, que durante el parto o el alumbramiento presenten hemorragia obstetrica que cause choque hipovolemico de cualquier grado, o mujeres hasta los 42 dias posparto que presenten hemorragia de causa obstetrica que cause choque hipovolemico de cualquier grado.
In pregnant women this can be fatal especially when associated with conditions like preeclampsia (hypertension in pregnancy); oedema (fluid retention in the body); abruptio placentae (separation of the placenta from the uterus; IUGR (Intrauterine Growth Restriction or poor growth of a baby); gestational diabetes; and pre-term babies.
The major conditions causing obstetric haemorrhage in South Africa during 2005-2007 were abruptio placentae (9.
Maternas generales: edad, paridad, periodo intergestacional, fecha de ultima menstruacion, tratamientos de reproduccion asistida (TRA); complicaciones maternas en el anteparto: infecciones urinarias, placenta previa, ruptura prematura de membranas, sindrome hipertensivo del embarazo, entre otras; del intraparto: abruptio placentae, parto pretermino, muerte materna y del posparto: hipotonia uterina, atonia uterina, histerectomia, hemorragia, anemia aguda.
In general, women with mild disease developing at 38 weeks' gestation or later should undergo induction of labor because these women are at a slightly increased risk for abruptio placentae and progression to severe disease.
Pregnancy-associated risk factors indicating which babies are more vulnerable to SIDS include placenta previa, abruptio placentae, premature rupture of membranes, and small for gestational age neonates.
Abruptio placentae is a serious condition with a high mortality rate; liveborn infants frequently have neonatal complications, including birth asphyxia and the hazards of prematurity, what rises the need for medical intervention.
The results showed women with abruptio placentae were carriers of factor V Leiden in 15.