Debajani Nayak, Maiyetry Banerjee, Aparna Mandal, Sipra Dash
Abstract: Infertility is a major health problem that effects on couples quality of life. It is considered as one of the physical and social issue for women. Infertility have treated by the ART. With the help of ART the rate of infertility become reduce that sorrow can converted to hope. A retrospective and explorative study conducted in selected infertility women under the treatment of ART in selected hospital of Bhubaneswar, Odisha with total 70 infertility women using non probability convenient sampling technique by self structuered questionnaire schedule. The data was collected and analyzed by inferential statistics. The study result revealed that 35 % sample were of 31-35 yrs age group, 73 % were female factors and 90 % were single baby and maximum type of delivery 87 % were caesarean section. Among the infertile women 35 % were tubal blockage. As per the newborn condition 36 % were preterm baby and apgar score 96 % were immediately crying. It was found that there was no correlation between associated factors and perinatal outcome of assisted reproductive technology. The above study was permitting examination of underlying associated risks factors with these birth and providing a more unique impact of assisted reproductive technology on perinatal outcomes.
Keywords: Associated factors, perinatal outcome, Assisted reproductive technology