The Study of Fetomaternal Outcome in Obese Pregnant FemalesJournal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.7, No. 2)
Publication Date: 2018-02-05
Authors : Jyoti Rokade; Yogita Darekar;
Page : 893-895
Keywords : Body Mass index; risk factors; healthy life style;
Name of the research articleThe Study of fetomaternal outcome in obese pregnant females. Introduction. Obesity in pregnancy puts the mother and the fetus at risk of several complications such as gestational diabetes mellitus, preeclampsia, preterm labour, dusfunctional labour, caesarean section, postpartum infections, post delivery deep vein thrombosis. The study finds the incidence of pregnancy complications and neonatal outcome due to maternal obesity. Material methods It is a prospective study carried out at P. V. P. G. H. sangli over 100 obese pregnant with BMI more than 30 kg /m2 patients, control being 100 patients with normal BMI. Different risk factors developed during antenatal period like preeclampsia, gestational diabetes mellitus, postdatism and postpartum performance of patient and risk factors like DVT were studied. The neonatal outcome in test and controls were studied. Results The development of risk factors in antenatal period was directly proportional to the degree of obesity. Incidence of L. S. C. S, instrumental delivery, postpartum haemorrhge and macrosomia were seen significantly more in patients test than in control patients. Conclusion. Obesity acts as an independaant risk factor for several complication. Maintaining an ideal life style with healthy food with antioxidants, exercise and monitoring prepregnaant weight gain will help to reduce the complication to a significant extend. Body Mass index, risk factors, healthy life style.
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