Epidemiological and Clinical Profile of Emergencies Received at the Maternity Unit of Saint-Louis Regional Hospital, Senegal: A Retrospective Cross-sectional and Descriptive Study

The aim concerning this study search out provide the epidemiological and dispassionate traits of wives taken in crisis at the maternity part of the local nursing home of Saint-Louis. In Senegal, lowering motherly mortality is individual of the main arrangement of the National Health Development Plan.On the action of the office for a period, a retrospective, cross-divided, and explanatory study was transported (July 1, 2017 – June 30, 2018). Out of 5822 calm files, skilled were 1364 evacuations (23.43%). The majority of wives were under 25 age adult (42.53%), ignorant (60.92%), wedded (97.73%), low-proceeds (96.68%), first-opportunity meaningful (37.91%), fussy pregnant (38.57%), with a brimming-term gestation (85.28%) and inferior 4 fetal consultations (56.02%).The most accepted pathologies were dystocic (20.16%), hypertensive (18.40%), and hemorrhagic (8.65%). Medical treatment (72.87%) was ruled by vascular contents, medicine and antihypertensive drug, ancestry transfusion, and magnesium sulphate needle. Gynaeco-obstetrical care contained 42 abortions, 834 births, and 303 surgical fetus delivery portions, for a total of 1179 cases (86.44%).It is decided that improving the position demands a more experienced community and a better systematized network of “obstetric and neonatal emergency care (ONEC)” aids (healing transport, adequate and improved stick, better maternity and neonatology, correct suffused databases).

Author(s) Details:

Niang Khadim,
Department of Preventive Medicine and Public Health, Gaston Berger University (UGB) of Saint-Louis, Senegal.

Sylla Béïtyr,
Department of Preventive Medicine and Public Health, Gaston Berger University (UGB) of Saint-Louis, Senegal.

Thiam Ousmane,
Genecology and Obstetric Service, Gaston Berger University (UGB) of Saint-Louis, Senegal.

Ndiaye Papa,
Department of Preventive Medicine and Public Health, Gaston Berger University (UGB) of Saint-Louis, Senegal.

Please see the link here: https://stm.bookpi.org/CIMMS-V8/article/view/8732

Keywords: Emergency, delivery, epidemiology, clinics, maternal health, wellness

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