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Role of Cerebroplacental Ratio in Detection of Perinatal Outcome in High Risk Pregnancy

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.11, No. 3)

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Page : 1189-1192

Keywords : Cerebroplacental ratio; CPR; Systolic/diastolic ratio; Middle cerebral artery; MCA; Umbilical artery; Meconium aspiration syndrome; MAS; Hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy; HIE;

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Objective: To assess the predictive value of cerebroplacental ratio in detection of perinatal outcome with its components in high risk pregnancy. Materials and method: A total of 150 high risk pregnant women underwent color Doppler ultrasound after 28 weeks of gestation, Doppler indices (S/D ratio of MCA and UA ) were noted. Cerebroplacental ratio was calculated, CPR of less than 1 was considered abnormal. Perinatal outcome was noted and predictive value of cerebroplacental ratio calculated using SPSS software. Results: Cerebroplacental ratio is having higher sensitivity and negative predictive value for detection of poor Apgar score, IUGR, meconium aspiration syndrome, HIE, neonatal death and operative interference for fetal distress. Conclusion: CPR has better predictive value in detection of perinatal outcome.

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