Study of pregnancy outcome in E-Beta Thalassaemia mothers

Bhattacharyaya, Maitryaee and Roychowdhury, Joydeb (2009) Study of pregnancy outcome in E-Beta Thalassaemia mothers. Online Journal of Health And Allied Sciences, 7 (4). ISSN 0972-5997

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Abstract

Forty eight E-Beta thalassaemia patients were studied in NRS Medical College, Kolkata, West Bengal during the period from 2000-2006. In all patients Hb% ranged from 5.2g% - 9.6g%. It was more than 8g% in 17 (35.4%), 6-8g% in 22 (45.8%) and less than 6g% in 9(18.7% ) patients. 72.9% patients required regular blood transfusion while the rest (27.1%) received blood transfusion occasionally.81.25% pregnancy were carried up to term whereas 18.75% pregnancy ended in preterm delivery. Vaginal delivery was possible in 85.5% patients.14.5% patients had caesarian delivery due to underlying obstetric problem. Amongst the babies born, 22 (45.8%) were intrauterine growth retarded (IUGR) babies,8.3% pregnancies ended in stillbirth. There were 4 (8.3%) maternal deaths in this study.

EPrint Type:Article
Uncontrolled Keywords:E-Beta thalassaemia, High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC), Intrauterine Growth Restriction (IUGR), Pregnancy Outcome, Patients, Stillbirth, Maternal Deaths
Subjects:Diagnosis > Prognosis
Pathological Conditions, Signs and Symptoms > Pathologic Processes > Death
Congenital, Hereditary, and Neonatal Diseases and Abnormalities > Genetic Diseases, Inborn > Anemia, Hemolytic, Congenital
Hemic and Lymphatic Diseases > Hematologic Diseases > Hemoglobinopathies
Reproductive and Urinary Physiology > Reproduction > Pregnancy > Pregnancy Outcome
-Journal Repositories > Online Journal of Health and Allied Sciences
Hemic and Lymphatic Diseases > Hematologic Diseases > Anemia
Female Genital Diseases and Pregnancy Complications > Pregnancy Complications > Fetal Death
ID Code:3229
Deposited By:Dr Srinivas Kakkilaya
Deposited On:13 March 2009

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