abruptio


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Related to abruptio: Placental abruption
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ab·rup·ti·o

n. L. abruptio, abrupción, acción violenta de separación, desprendimiento;
___ placentae, placental abruptiondesprendimiento prematuro de la placenta.
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Abruptio placentae, placenta previa, ruptura prematura de membranes ovulares, alteraciones del cordon umbilical, corioamnionitis, parto septico, distocia mecanica, distocia dinamica, maniobras abortivas, oligoamnios, muerte materna, insuficiencia placentaria.
Maternal death is largely a result of complications from abruptio placentae, hepatic rupture, and eclampsia.
The mother was suffering from abruptio, a rare condition which causes internal haemorrhaging.
In West Africa, caesareans are necessary for protracted labour, abruptio placentae, previous caesarean section, eclampsia, placenta praevia and malpresentation.
Placental conditions that have been associated with chorangiosis include umbilical cord anomalies, single umbilical artery, abruptio placentae, placenta previa, chorangioma, amnion nodosum, and villitis (rubella virus, cytomegalovirus, syphilis, and Bartonella sp are known to infect and induce proliferation of the endothelial cells).
Asphyxia-related causes accounted for 34% of stillbirths, with 63% of asphyxia deaths classified as abruptio placentae.
6); antepartum hemorrhage, abruptio placenta, and placenta previa (64.
Subclinical chorioamnionitis may lead to higher rates of abruptio placentae, but also to poor postpartum contractility of the uterus.
Abruptio placentae (AP) refers to bleeding at the decidualplacental interface, which causes placental detachment over 28 weeks of gestation and prior to delivery of foetus.
Patients with deranged coagulation profile, bleeding disorders, active bleeding (placenta praevia, abruptio placentae) and patients on anticoagulants were excluded from the study.
Abruptio placentae is one of the gravest haemorrhagic complications of pregnancy and together with placenta praevia and post-partum haemorrhage contributes significantly to the unacceptably high maternal mortality ratio of 350/100,000 live births in Ghana (1).
Pulmonary oedema was found in 2 (5%) cases, acute renal failure in 10 (25%), disseminated intravascular coagulation in 6 (15%), and abruptio placenta in 5 (12.