Atypical Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome During Pregnancy: Short Review and Case Report with a Favorable Outcome
N.A.Zharkin, M.E.Statsenko, M.M.Stazharova, N.A.Burova, S.A.Prokhvatilov, N.E.Kushniruk
The atypical hemolytic uremic syndrome (aHUS) is the most complex disease in the diagnosis, treatment and prognosis among the thrombotic microangiopathy. The article describes the clinical case of a 32-year-old woman with an aHUS in 32 week of gestation. It is given t...Read More
Nurse Led Follow Up: Is It The Best Way Forward for Post-Operative Endometriosis Patients?
R Mallick, Z Magama, C Neophytou, R Oliver, F Odejinmi
The benefits of nurse led follow-up are well documented in the wider literature and include higher patient satisfaction rates, improved information delivery and quicker discharge rates. Unfortunately there is a paucity of data when it comes to benign gynaecology and t...Read More
Paraffin Oil Pneumonitis During Pregnancy: A Case Report
Moles Athanasios, Fotopoulos Stavros, Cheirakis Emmanouil, Koronaios Vasilios, Kalousis Evangelos, Lintzeri Dimitra, Lazarescu Daria, Grigorakos Leonidas
Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) is a rare occurrence in pregnant patients and, when it occurs, it usually raises diagnostic dilemmas as it is attributed to many causes. We present the case of a 32-year-old G1P0 woman at 31 weeks of gestation who was hospita...Read More
Impact of Group Prenatal Care Support on Breastfeeding Initiation Rates and Other Maternal and Perinatal Outcomes
Pau Nicolau, Susana Rodriguez, Paula Maso, Silvia Agramunt, Emerita Garcia, Assumpcio Sala, Mar Vernet-Tomas, Antonio Paya
Group prenatal care support has been studied in order to increase maternal and neonatal benefits, such as breastfeeding initiation rates, in front of standard care. In our area, especially in some high risk sub-groups, it could be an important intervention to improve ...Read More
Incidence, Management and Outcome of Atonic Postpartum Haemorrhage at Tertiary Care Hospital
Aim: To study incidence, management and outcome of atonic postpartum haemorrhage.
Methods: Cross sectional study design. Analysis of delivery data of one year at Pravara Rural Hospital.
Results: There ...Read More
Maternal Anthropometric measurements, Pre-pregnancy Body Mass Index, and Fetal Growth Parameters - A Rural Experience
Surekha Tayade, Ritu Singh, Jaya Kore, Neha Gangane
Background: Low pre-pregnancy BMI is considered a marker for minimal nutrient reserves, fetal growth restriction and adverse pregnancy outcome. This study was conducted to evaluate the influence of pre pregnancy BMI on fetal growth parameters.
Management of Giant Cervical Fibroid By “Hybrid Technique”
Kanika Chopra, Debasis Dutta, Kanika Jain
Cervical fibroids are a rarity as compared to fibroids arising from other parts of the uterus. These rare fibroids account for 1-2% of all fibroids. They arise from supravaginal or vaginal portion of cervix. They can be either anterior, posterior, central or lateral. ...Read More