Journal of Health and Medical Sciences
Published: 30 December 2019
Determination of Sonographic Concerning Signs Leading to Abortion
Shazma Naseer, Saddiqa Hassan, Mishal Javaid, Muhammad Zubair, Noraiz Ali, Ahmad Ullah Bashir, Hira Riffat, S. Muhammad Yousaf Farooq, Raham Bacha, Iqra Manzoor
University of Lahore (Pakistan), Niazi Medical and Dental College (Pakistan)
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Keywords: Spontaneous Abortion, Gravidity, Ultrasonography, Missed Abortion
Background: Pregnancy is considered as an important period in the women’s life. Not only environmental health condition influences the life quality of the mothers, but may also effects the fetus and cause hereditary disease. Millions of women do not have access to proper health services in future worldwide. The mains purpose of the rural pregnant women protection program is maintaining health and furnishing during the course of pregnancy by protecting the mother and fetus. The aim of the study here is to determine the sonographic signs leading to abortion. Objective: Determination of sonographic concerning signs leading to abortion. Methodology: HONDA HS2600 and HONDA GE p7 of 2.8-3.5 MHz Convex probe is used. AIUM procedures for obs and gyne are followed for the scanning procedures. The study was conducted at Indus Hospital, Manawan. Data of 60 patients was collected through convenient sampling. Statistical software for social sciences (SPSS version 22.0) is used for the analysis of data. Results: Out of 54 patients, 38 patients had vaginal bleeding and 16 patients came out without vaginal bleeding. In table 3, sonographic findings of the patients were illustrated. As the data was collected of 54 patients, among these, 11 patients (20.4%) had blighted ovum, 1 patient (1.9%) had CRL with negative FCA, 5 patients (9.3%) had haematoma, 3 patients (5.6) had fetal hydrops, 1 patient (1.9) had irregular low lying placenta, 19 patients (35.2%) had missed abortion. 6 patients (11.1%) had open internal os, 1 patient (1.9%) had previa type 3, 1 (1.9%) had previa type 1. 2 patients (3.7%) had recurrent abortion. 1 patient (1.9%) had scalping of bones and 3(5.6%) had scanty liquor. Conclusion: There are multiple sonographic concerning signs but missed abortion and blighted ovum were the most common amongst them.
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