Prognostic Factors for Obstetrical Emergencies Received at the Regional Hospital of Saint-Louis in Senegal: A Retrospective, Cross-sectional and Descriptive Study

The objective concerning this work search out recognize prognostic factors for obstetrical dangers taken at the Regional Hospital of Saint-Louis. The individual-old age backward-looking, cross-sectional, and explanatory hearing was established the storage (July 1, 2017 – June 30, 2018). The certain and relative frequencies of each approximate changing were determined utilizing a assurance interval. Thus, were filled out: the socio-mathematical sketch of the wife, the environments of evacuation, and the care. Out of 5822 composed files, skilled were 1364 evacuations (23.43%). The most of daughters were under 25 age of age (42.53%), ignorant (60.92%), wedded (97.73%), depressed-revenue (96.68%), first-opportunity pregnant (37.91%), fussy pregnant (38.57%), accompanying a brimming-term gestation (85.28%) and less than 4 fetal consultations (56.02%).The most prevalent pathologies were dystocic (20.16%), hypertensive (18.40%), and hemorrhagic (8.65%). Medical situation (72.87%) was ruled by vascular contents, medicine and antihypertensive medication, ancestry transference, and magnesium sulphate needle. Gynaeco-obstetrical situation worried 42 abortions, 834 deliveries and 303 caesareans; for a total of 1179 cases (86.44%). The surgery complicated 22 laparotomies (containing 7 hysterectomies), 5 perineal recoveries, and 3 possible choice; for a total of 30 cases (2.20%). Hospitalization, approximately 2.34 days, developed in maternal death for 14 cases (1.26%) and perinatal death for 157 cases (13.81%). Improving the issue makes necessary a more cognizant people as well as a coordinated network of “obstetric and neonatal danger care / soins obstétricaux et néonatals d’urgence (SONU)” aids: healing transport, enough and upgraded stick, better parenthood 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.

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https://stm.bookpi.org/CIMMS-V8/article/view/8731

Keywords: Prognosis factors, obstetrical emergency, delivery, maternal health

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