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Assessment of Obstetric and Foetal Outcome among Unbooked Mothers at Alqassimi Womens and Children Hospital, Sharjah


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1 Emergency Department,Al Qassimi Women’s and Children’s Hospital Sharjah, India
     

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A retrospective study was been undertaken to determine the obstetrical and fetal outcome among unbooked mother’s in a teritiary referral hospital. This study is to rule out the fetal and obstetrical outcome such as asphyxia, abruptio placenta; etc .

A quantitative research approach is used. The data were been collected using electronic medical record of the unbooked population and analyzed by using descriptive statistics. Among 100 unbooked 74% are from Sharjah and 25% from Ajman. 82% are anemic. These few complications out of the vast leads on to life threatening situations. The Primary Health Center accessibility towards these vulnerable population have to be drastically improved that indirectly graphs up the maternal and fetal health.


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Fetal Outcome, Maternal Outcome, Unbooked Mothers.
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Sameera Suleiman
Emergency Department,Al Qassimi Women’s and Children’s Hospital Sharjah, India
Sinu Pappan
Emergency Department,Al Qassimi Women’s and Children’s Hospital Sharjah, India

Abstract


A retrospective study was been undertaken to determine the obstetrical and fetal outcome among unbooked mother’s in a teritiary referral hospital. This study is to rule out the fetal and obstetrical outcome such as asphyxia, abruptio placenta; etc .

A quantitative research approach is used. The data were been collected using electronic medical record of the unbooked population and analyzed by using descriptive statistics. Among 100 unbooked 74% are from Sharjah and 25% from Ajman. 82% are anemic. These few complications out of the vast leads on to life threatening situations. The Primary Health Center accessibility towards these vulnerable population have to be drastically improved that indirectly graphs up the maternal and fetal health.


Keywords


Fetal Outcome, Maternal Outcome, Unbooked Mothers.

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