One large multicenter study regarding etiology of placenta praevia
in Croatia came in conclusion that it was more common among multigravida (7) and our present study corroborates with this.
Presence and degree of placenta praevia
and placental separation were looked for specifically.
Other fetal and neonatal complications associated with placenta Praevia
are congenital anomalies, respiratory distress syndrome, still birth and anemia.
Identification of placenta praevia
by antenatal ultrasound examination.
If you know in advance that there is a major placenta praevia
, the patient should be referred to a regional or tertiary hospital.
Alison presented a real challenge to the team with her need for very frequent dialysis, her past history of a very premature baby and the presence of placenta praevia
, which carries a risk of massive bleeding during pregnancy.
anaemia 10% bleeding 3% premature peeling of the placenta 22% serological conflict 4% oligohydramnios 18% swellings 0,70% risk of preterm delivery 3% diabetes 2% urinary track infection 2% polyhydramnios 0,70% persistent nausea and vomiting 7% placenta praevia
13% hypetension 13% cervico-isthmic insufficiency 8% Note: Table made from bar graph.
obstetrical hysterectomy was performed in 17(61%) cases and had to be backed up by internal iliac artery ligation in 7(25%) Requirement for blood transfusion in antenatally diagnosed cases was almost 50% less than those of undiagnosed cases and the same was true for fresh frozen plasma (3.
Amongst this I was worried about my placenta praevia
client who was bleeding.
Haemorrhage is usually associated with uterine incision or placenta praevia
Another condition that may require early induction of labour is placenta praevia
, where the placenta is low lying and fully or partially obstructs the cervix of the uterus.
It's difficult to argue: medical textbooks go out-of-date very quickly, so the ability to find current information, whether it's on the treatment of placenta praevia
in pregnancy or the diagnosis of cervical cancer, is not to be taken lightly.