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FETO MATERNAL OUTCOME IN JAUNDICE COMPLICATING PREGNANCY, AN OBSERVATIONAL STUDY IN TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL
Dr. M. Janaki Chitra, Dr. Y. Devi , Dr. Sudha Padmasree , Dr. I. Vani
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Abstract

Background: Jaundice in pregnancy is an important medical disorder, commonly seen in developing countries like India . The objective of the study is to evaluate the causes leading to jaundice in pregnancy and to analyse the feto maternal outcome in patients with jaundice in pregnancy. Methods: This is an prospective observational study over a period of 1 year, conducted in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology , KGH , Vizag. Antenatal patients who presented with Jaundice were included in this study. Results: Total of 82 cases . Majority of patients were of age group 20 – 25 years . Max no. of cases were primi gravida . most common cause was pre eclampsia . 52.4% patients improved and discharged. Vaginal deliveries – 56.1% . Most common reason for maternal mortality in this study was Hepatic Encephalopathy

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