Oct 1, 2008

Hypertension in pregnancy

Medicinski Arhiv
Mahira JahićJasmina Nurkić

Abstract

About 50,000 women dead due to result hypertension in pregnancy every year worldwide. Frequency of hypertension in pregnancy is 5-10% and complicate pregnancy. Control of high blood presure in pregnancy and therapy of hypertension are elements that prevent complication as a praeclampsia, eclampsia, abruption of placenta and operation end pregnancy. Aim of work is to establishing frequency of hypertension of controlled group of pregnen women and determinate results of pregnancy in pregnant women with high blood presure. The sample were 230 pregnant women which we controlled in Health Care Sapna. Hypertension was found at 7 pregnant women or 3.04%, at 14.28% was found chronic hypertension and at 87.1% was found gestation hypertension. Pregnant women were controlled, averagely 4 times and pregnant women with hypertension were controlled 8 times. Hypertension was treated with drugs at 6 pregmnant women with hypertension and one pregnant women did not take a medicine. 28.57% pregnant women with hypertension was delivered Caesarean section and 71.42% was vaginal delivery. Pregnancy of one pregnant women with chronic hypertension who did not take medicine was complicated of abruption of placenta and she was delivered Caesarean section...Continue Reading

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Placenta Specimen
Placenta
Eclampsia
Hypertensive Disease
Complication
Entire Placenta
Perinatal Morbidity
Pregnancy Outcome
Maternal Hypertension
Neoplasm of Uncertain or Unknown Behavior of Placenta

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