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Diagnosis of Intra Amniotic Infections

Infection of the chorion, amnion, amniotic fluid, placenta, or a combination of these is referred to as intra-amniotic infection. Obstetric difficulties and issues in the foetus and newborn are more likely to occur when there is infection. Fever, uterine pain, foul-smelling amniotic fluid, purulent cervical discharge, and foetal or maternal tachycardia are all signs of the condition. The diagnosis is made using particular clinical criteria or, in the case of a subclinical illness, amniotic fluid investigation. Antipyretics, delivery, and broad-spectrum antibiotics are all included in the treatment. Intra-amniotic infection can lead to preterm PROM or preterm delivery as well as be one of their effects. 50 percent of preterm births are caused by this virus. It happens in 33% of cases of premature labor with intact membranes, 40% of cases of PROM with contractions at admission, and 75% of cases of labor starting after hospitalization for PROM.

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  • 7-October-2022 , Time: 5PM to 6PM
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Infection of the chorion, amnion, amniotic fluid, placenta, or a combination of these is referred to as intra-amniotic infection. Obstetric difficulties and issues in the foetus and newborn are more likely to occur when there is infection. Fever, uterine pain, foul-smelling amniotic fluid, purulent cervical discharge, and foetal or maternal tachycardia are all signs of the condition. The diagnosis is made using particular clinical criteria or, in the case of a subclinical illness, amniotic fluid investigation. Antipyretics, delivery, and broad-spectrum antibiotics are all included in the treatment. Intra-amniotic infection can lead to preterm PROM or preterm delivery as well as be one of their effects. 50 percent of preterm births are caused by this virus. It happens in 33% of cases of premature labor with intact membranes, 40% of cases of PROM with contractions at admission, and 75% of cases of labor starting after hospitalization for PROM.

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Dr Aruna Reddy
  • 7-October-2022 , Time: 5PM to 6PM
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Infection of the chorion, amnion, amniotic fluid, placenta, or a combination of these is referred to as intra-amniotic infection. Obstetric difficulties and issues in the foetus and newborn are more likely to occur when there is infection. Fever, uterine pain, foul-smelling amniotic fluid, purulent cervical discharge, and foetal or maternal tachycardia are all signs of the condition. The diagnosis is made using particular clinical criteria or, in the case of a subclinical illness, amniotic fluid investigation. Antipyretics, delivery, and broad-spectrum antibiotics are all included in the treatment. Intra-amniotic infection can lead to preterm PROM or preterm delivery as well as be one of their effects. 50 percent of preterm births are caused by this virus. It happens in 33% of cases of premature labor with intact membranes, 40% of cases of PROM with contractions at admission, and 75% of cases of labor starting after hospitalization for PROM.

webinar
Dr Aruna Reddy
  • 7-October-2022 , Time: 5PM to 6PM
  • 0

Infection of the chorion, amnion, amniotic fluid, placenta, or a combination of these is referred to as intra-amniotic infection. Obstetric difficulties and issues in the foetus and newborn are more likely to occur when there is infection. Fever, uterine pain, foul-smelling amniotic fluid, purulent cervical discharge, and foetal or maternal tachycardia are all signs of the condition. The diagnosis is made using particular clinical criteria or, in the case of a subclinical illness, amniotic fluid investigation. Antipyretics, delivery, and broad-spectrum antibiotics are all included in the treatment. Intra-amniotic infection can lead to preterm PROM or preterm delivery as well as be one of their effects. 50 percent of preterm births are caused by this virus. It happens in 33% of cases of premature labor with intact membranes, 40% of cases of PROM with contractions at admission, and 75% of cases of labor starting after hospitalization for PROM.