DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18203/2320-1770.ijrcog20190884

Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy: a clinical study in a rural tertiary care centre of western Uttar Pradesh, India

Neelam Swaroop, Mamta Singh, Kalpana Kumari, Vandana Verma

Abstract


Background: The aim of study was to find out the frequency and clinical outcome in hypertensive disorder of pregnancy (HDP) in a rural tertiary care centre. Hypertensive disorder of pregnancy is a commonest medical disorder which constitutes about 12-22% of all pregnancies and it is a major cause of maternal morbidity as well as mortality world wide.

Methods: It is a retrospective hospital-based study to find out the clinical outcome in different hypertensive disorder of pregnancy in a rural tertiary care centre of western Uttar Pradesh.

Results: Present study showed the prevalence of HDP was 4.01% among the study population. Most of the patients were primipara ,unbooked and less than 25 years of age. The most common HDP was mild preeclampsia  and HELLP was its commonest  complication.

Conclusions: Hypertensive disorder of pregnancy (HDP) is still a major cause of maternal mortality and morbidity. Authors intend to aware the pregnant women regarding high risk factors of pregnancy and motivate them for regular antenatal care so that  complications of  hypertensive disorders can be  managed timely.


Keywords


Eclampsia, HDP, HELLP, Preeclampsia

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