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Preterm Labor, Hyperemesis Gravidarum Pathophysiology

Preterm Labor, Hyperemesis Gravidarum Pathophysiology
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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  • 1. Precipitating: dehydration habitual abortion heavy work and long travel to work Predisposing: hx of cone biopsy of the cervix Congenital uterine or cervical abnormalities Uterine contraction before end of Sex: female hx of genitourinary infections or renal disease 37th week of gestation (persistent Genetics hx of induced abortion, preterm delivery, or uterine contractions 4/20mins) Age perinatal death with cervical effacement >80% Race (African-American) low socioeconomic class maternal under nutrition and inadequate weight and dilation >1cm gain during pregnancy multiple gestation inadequate prenatal care single parenthood smoking substance abuse chorioamnionitis Bleeding Persistent dull, Feeling of Preterm Birth Vaginal Menstrual-like Inc vaginal Intestinal low backache pelvic spotting, cramping discharge cramping pressure/ (pink-tinged) abdominal Primary neonatal tightening complications: Respiratory distress syndrome Intracranial bleeding Possible Chronic lung disease Pathophysiology of diarrhea Infection Visual impairment Preterm Labor Cerebral palsy.
  • 2. Precipitating Factors: Morning Sickness High levels of hCG or Predisposing Factors:Pancreatitis estrogenBiliary tract disease Multiple pregnanciesDec. secretion of free HCl in the Heredity stomach Sex: FemaleDec. gastric motility Excessive vomiting Race: WhiteDrug toxicityInflammatory obstructive bowel diseaseVitamin deficiency (B6)Psychological factors (neurosis) Appetite disturbance Weight loss Starvation Emaciation Dehydration Pathophysiology of Hyperemesis Gravidarum Fluid and electrolyte Fever Dec urine Dry skin imbalance output Ketosis Acetonuria Hypokalemia

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