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High Risk Pregnancy

Anemia in Pregnancy
Diabetes in Pregnancy
Hypertension in pregnancy
Cardiac disease in pregnancy
Liver disease in pregnancy
Malaria in Pregnancy
HIV infection in pregnancy
Recurrent Abortion
Pregnancy and Renal Disease
Hematological Problems in Pregnancy
Hemoglobinopathies in Pregnancy
Thrombophilia in Pregnancy
 

High Risk Pregnancy

 
We have highly trained obstetricians to look after patients with high-risk pregnancies such as those with diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, previous pregnancy losses, growth retarted babies etc. through the pregnancy and labour backed up by the NICU.
 
Anemia in Pregnancy

Anemia in pregnancy is one of the most common medical disorders in India and is responsible for increased maternal morbidity and mortality.

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Diabetes in Pregnancy
  • Need for pregnancy planning
  • Risk of congenital malformations, miscarriage, macrosomia, IUD, polyhydramnios (5-26%), preterm labor (3 fold increase), birth injuries, pre-eclampsia, infection and increased caesarean section rate

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Hypertension in pregnancy

Hypertension is the most common medical problem encountered in pregnancy and remains an important cause of maternal, and fetal, morbidity and mortality.

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Cardiac disease in pregnancy

Pregnant women with normal cardiac function can accommodate many alterations in the cardiovascular system that accompany pregnancy and labor without difficulty.

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Liver disease in pregnancy

Knowledge of liver function and its role in various disease processes is essential for the practicing obstetrician. Though severe liver disease is only an occasional complication during pregnancy...

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Malaria in Pregnancy

Malaria is an endemic disease in many parts of Asia, Africa, Ocenia, Central and South America. Worldwide it is a maor health concern. About 300-500 million infections and approximately 1.1-2.7 million deaths in —

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HIV infection in pregnancy

A woman with HIV can transmit the virus to her infant either during pregnancy, labor or after childbirth via breastfeeding. Several factors are associated with a higher risk of transmission, including the maternal viral load and CD4 cell count.

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Recurrent Abortion

Approximately 10% of all human pregnancies end in spontaneous abortions. In the majority of such cases the etiology remains unknown, but anticardiolipin antibodies are gaining recognition as potential causes of recurrent miscarriage. Repeated pregnancy loss and being childless is not only a gynecological problem but also a social stigma, in the Indian scenario.

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Pregnancy and Renal Disease
 
 
Hematological Problems in Pregnancy

Pregnancy involves a variety of hematological problems needing shared responsibility from obstetricians, hematologists and neonatologists.

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Hemoglobinopathies in Pregnancy

The hemoglobinopathies are red blood cell disorders which result either from the synthesis of structurally abnormal Hb chains (the Hb variants) or from the defective synthesis of Hb chains (the thalassemia syndromes).

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Thrombophilia in Pregnancy
 
 
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