Title: Surveillance Eclampsia in a tertiary care teaching hospital: Our experience
Authors: Pradip Kumar Panigrahi, Pratibha Jena
Objective: To watch the maternal and Perinatal result in eclampsia.
Material and Methods: Data was gathered from eclamptic ladies admitted to the crisis ward of Obstetrics and gynecology of IMS and SUM doctor's facility, Bhubaneswar, India amid the time of Sept 2013 Aug 2015.Maternal and fetal complexities were noted.
Results: The occurrence of eclampsia was 1.58% amid the examination time frame. Greater part of the patients were under 30 years old (80.7%). There were a fundamentally higher number of ladies (n=42) from poor financial strata of the general public. Dominant part of the patients (55.7%) had no antenatal checkups. Cesarean conveyance rate in our foundation was 57.69%. 38.4% patients required admission to ICU. Perinatal passing rate was 285/1000 live births. There were 4 maternal passings (7.69%) amid the investigation time frame.
Decision: Eclampsia is a noteworthy obstetric crisis that needs sufficient administration to maintain a strategic distance from calamitous occasions. Early determination and referral of cases from essential human services unit alongside organization treatment and convenient mediation can enhance the visualization.
Keyword: Eclampsia, Maternal outcome, Perinatal outcome.