Risk Factors and Outcomes of Preterm Premature Rupture of Membranes in a Cohort of 6968 Pregnant Women Prospectively Recruited

Journal of Clinical Medicine
Damien BouvierYves Giguère

Abstract

We revisited risk factors and outcomes related to the preterm premature rupture of membranes (PPROM). A total of 7866 pregnant women were recruited during 5 years at their first prenatal visit to the perinatal clinic of the institution. We compared three groups (women without prematurity, women with spontaneous preterm labor with intact membranes (sPL with IM), women with PPROM) regarding 60 criteria about characteristics, lifestyle, medical, gynecological, obstetrical history of mothers, medication during pregnancy, events at delivery, and complications in neonates. Logistic regression analyses adjusting for potential confounding factors were used. Of the 6968 women selected, 189 (2.8%) presented a PPROM, and 225 (3.2%) an sPL with IM. The specific risk factors for PPROM were body mass index (BMI) <18.5 kg/m2 (adjusted odds ratio, aOR: 2.00 (1.09-3.67)), history of PPROM (aOR: 2.75 (1.19-6.36)), nulliparity (aOR: 2.52 (1.77-3.60)), gestational diabetes (aOR: 1.87 (1.16-2.99)), and low level of education (aOR: 2.39 (1.20-4.78)). The complications associated with PPROM were abruption placentae, cesarean, APGAR 5' <4, birth weight <2500 g, stillbirth, neonatal jaundice, and hospitalization of mother and neonates. All these compli...Continue Reading

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