Abruptio placenta is the premature separation of the normally situated placenta, before childbirth. Here in this lecture various clinical types, grading, risk factors, and signs and symptoms are explained.
– Poor socioeconomic status, malnourishment
– Advancing age of mother, multiparity
– Abdominal Trauma
– Sudden decompression of uterus
– Smoking & cocaine abuse
– Hypertensive disorders during pregnancy
– Previous abruption
Clinical grading –
1 Grade 0
2 Grade 1
3 Grade 2
4 Grade 3
Signs & Symptoms –
It depends on the degree of separation, more separation worsens the perinatal outcomes.
Placental Abruption Management | APH | Diagnosis, Complications & Management
Management of abruptio placenta is only definitive, no expectant management is there. Here Diagnosis, complication, and management are explained.
– Mainly clinical
– USG (To locate placenta & Identify Retro placental hematoma in selective cases)
– Oliguria & anuria
– Sheehan’s syndrome
– Postpartum hemorrhage
– Puerperal sepsis
2. Fetus –
– Fetal death
– Fetal distress & anoxia
Only definitive management no expectant management.
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