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Research Paper | Gynaecology | India | Volume 4 Issue 10, October 2015
A Study of High Risk Obstetric Referrals to Tertiary Care Hospital in Garhwal, Uttarakhand
Divya Goswami  | Amrita Makhija
Abstract: The study was conducted to know the maternal and foetal outcomes in women referred to a tertiary care centre. Data was collected for 154 cases referred to the tertiary health centre in 2014, which included the demographic characteristics, reasons for referral, high risk factors, intervention done and the maternal and fetal outcomes. It was found that the majority of the cases were referred from Dehradun district followed by Garhwal region. Most of the patients were referred in the ante-partum and intrapartum period. Sixty seven patients needed surgical intervention. The average hospital stay was 7.37 days. Nineteen patients needed ICU admission with an average stay was 4.26 days. There was no maternal mortality, however out of 115 total births, there were 23 still births and 27 births with 1 minute Apgar score & lt, 7.
Keywords: Pregnancy, Live Birth, Tertiary Care, High risk, Laprotomy
Edition: Volume 4 Issue 10, October 2015,
Pages: 1091 - 1093
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