Maternal Near Miss in a Tertiary Care Hospital

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Sanjay Kumar Patil
Ashitosh Bahulakar
S. S. Vhawal
Guvari Ragunath
Sanjay M. Jadhav

Abstract

A hospital-based observational study was performed with 250 patients to assess the incidence of near-miss maternal related to extreme obstetric problems or maternal disease and near-miss mortality level institutional maternal. A majority of patients were from middle class (78%) followed by lower class (12%) and upper class (10%). Hypertension in pregnancy was diagnosed in 40% patients, while 12% and 6% patients had diabetes mellitus and cardiac diseases respectively. The gestational age at delivery was between 37-41 weeks in 64%, followed by 36% delivering before 37 weeks. The live birth rate was 68% while fresh still birth and macerated still birth was 22% and 10% respectively.

Keywords:
Near miss, millennium development goals, sustainable development goals.

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Patil, S. K., Bahulakar, A., Vhawal, S. S., Ragunath, G., & Jadhav, S. M. (2020). Maternal Near Miss in a Tertiary Care Hospital. Journal of Pharmaceutical Research International, 32(29), 92-96. https://doi.org/10.9734/jpri/2020/v32i2930888
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