Study of Perinatal Outcome in Oligohydraminos in third Trimester of Pregnancy in Tertiary Care Hospital

Authors

  • Swati Gagare
  • Ruchita Vaijpai
  • Keerthana Meka

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37506/ijphrd.v14i4.18636

Keywords:

Oligohydramnios , maternal outcome , Neonatal care , Oligohydraminos

Abstract

Introduction: Oligohydraminos, often due to impaired placental function, has been associated with an increased risk of
caeserean delivery for fetal distress, low Apgar score, post maturity and high perinatal morbidity and mortality.
Material and methodology: The prospective Longitudinal study was carried out over the period of two years in the
Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology of Rural Medical College, Loni. 170 pregnant women in 3 trimester of
pregnancy, presenting clinically as oligohydramnios with AFI less than 5cm and intact membranes; were included in the
study. All cases were evaluated on indoor basis.
Results: In the present study, Eight babies were admitted in NICU for further management, five babies gestational age
>37 weeks and associated with asymmetrical IUGR they were kept in NICU for birth asphyxia (apgar<7 at birth) and
birth weight was <2kg. all were delivered by caesarean section
Conclusion: All cases of Oligohydramnios rise suspicion about perinatal outcome. Unessessary Intervation in the form of
Induction of Labour can result into increased operated intervention.

Author Biographies

Swati Gagare

Assistant Professor, Junior Resident, Department of OBGY, DBVP Rural Medical College, Pravara Institute of
Medical sciences (DU) Loni

Ruchita Vaijpai

Assistant Professor, Junior Resident, Department of OBGY, DBVP Rural Medical College, Pravara Institute of
Medical sciences (DU) Loni

Keerthana Meka

Assistant Professor, Junior Resident, Department of OBGY, DBVP Rural Medical College, Pravara Institute of
Medical sciences (DU) Loni

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Published

2022-10-10

How to Cite

Swati Gagare, Ruchita Vaijpai, & Keerthana Meka. (2022). Study of Perinatal Outcome in Oligohydraminos in third Trimester of Pregnancy in Tertiary Care Hospital. Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development, 13(4), 313–316. https://doi.org/10.37506/ijphrd.v14i4.18636