It is observed that PPROM
was most common between age group 21-30 year.
In our study the presence of maternal fever or PPROM
was not very well documented, as in the Baragwanath Hospital study.
The incidence of pPROM
, preterm delivery, and duration between cerclage and delivery were not significantly different between the two groups; however, the incidence of pPROM
appeared higher in the physical examination-indicated group than that in the ultrasound-indicated group (26.7% vs 12.5%).
Moreover, 16 mothers from the PTB group had PPROM
, while the rest (n = 49) delivered with intact membranes.
No previous reports have showed that pregnancy with prior myomectomy increases the risk of pPROM
. Therefore, we considered that the myomectomy did not affect the onset of pPROM
in the present case.
We did not find any statistically significant differences between groups I (n = 57) and Ia (n = 37) and between the groups of patients with preterm uterine contractions (n = 30) and PPROM
(n = 27).
Preterm premature rupture of membrane (PPROM
) is a common perinatal complication in pregnant women.
Isleme bagli ablasyo plasenta, preterm dogum, PPROM
gibi komplikasyonlarin dusuk oranda da olsa gorulebilecegi akilda tutulmalidir.
HIV and chorioamnionitis have mutually deleterious effects on PPROM
, as HIV is implicated in the pathogenesis of chorioamnionitis, and HIV-positive patients who develop PPROM
are much more likely to develop chorioamnionitis.
was defined as rupture of the amniotic membrane prior to 37 weeks' gestation.
However, there is a clear indication that, even when asymptomatic, AV may represent a risk factor for preterm delivery (20,21) and other complications of pregnancy such as ascending chorioamnionitis and PPROM
Potential obstetric risks of treatment for CIN include infertility, spontaneous abortion, preterm premature rupture of membranes (PPROM
), preterm delivery, and perinatal/neonatal mortality.