Case Review : Antepartum HemorrhageOctober 15, 2013 | 1:50 pm | Medical Cases | 8 Comments
CASE REVIEW OF ANTEPARTUM HAEMORRHAGE
A 19 years female primi at 29 weeks period of gestation complained of heavy per vaginal bleeding for 3 hrs,clots were passed. However she did not have lower abdominal pain. She had perceived good fetal movement. Her Antenatal check up was done at health post, she took Iron tablets regularly and had taken 2 doses of Tetanus Toxoid inj.
She had normal menstrual cycle, no use of any contraceptive measures.her past,family and personal history are not significant.
General Condition-fair Pallor Icterus Edema-nil vitals– stable
per abdomen: uterus 24 weeks size , mild contraction +
per vaginum: no active bleeding, clots removed from vagina,os closed,cervix- ballooned up in upper part
Diagnosis- primi at 29 weeks Period Of Gestation with Antepartum Hemorrhage
USG report– 26-27 weeks single live intrauterine pregnancy,breech,posterior placenta,oligohydraminos,fetal hydracephalus and deformed fetus
Induction of labour with misoprostol 200micro gm per vaginum
Monitoring of vitals and input output
After few hours, patient was shifted to ot for lscs as placenta was felt on p/v examination, diagnosis being central placenta previa
She was totaly transfused 4 units of whole blood to restore her haemoglobin
Case Collected and Worked Out By: Dr. Anjali Subedi
Tags: Antepartum, APH, Congenital malformation, Hemorrhage, Placenta Previa
Last updated: October 14, 2013