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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-712972

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[Objective] To investigate the safety and associated factor of external cephalic version (ECV) in third trimester,and to enrich clinical experience to improve the successful rate and lower cesarean section (CS) rate.[Methods] 80 pregnant women conducting ECV in third trimester in the third affiliated hospital of Sun Yat-sen University from September 2015 to July 2017 were enrolled in our study.Divided to successful group and failing group,we compared the clinical characters and pregnancy outcomes.[Results] Of the 80 pregnancy,48 women (60.0%) succeed with cephalic presentation.Compared to the failing group,the successful group is statistically different in parity,BMI and amniotic fluid depth.In the failing group,all women underwent CS with 3/48 in successful group.No women conducted ECV complicated fetal distress and emergency CS,premature rupture of membranes complicated in 11 (13.8%) cases in all women.[Conclusions] ECV is safe for mother and fetus.Encouraging the suitable pregnancy women to conduct ECV and enhancing clinical skills can improve ECV success rate.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-712925

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[Objective]To investigate awareness of hepatitis B virus(HBV)infection and its mother to child transmis-sion(MTCT)among pregnant women attending their first prenatal visit.[Methods]Pregnant women who attended their first prenatal visit to obstetrics outpatient department of the third affiliated hospital of SUN Yat-sen University from May to Aug. 2014,were invited to participate this survey.The self-administered questionnaire about mother to child transmission of HBV was completed anonymously.Data were collected and using ANOVA and logistic analysis to assess the awareness of hepatitis B and its MTCT,and attitudes towards prevention of MTCT of HBV,and to analyze the effective factors of knowledge and at-titudes.[Results]①Of the 500 questionnaires,the effective response rate was 91.8%(459/500).② The total knowledge score of 11 knowledge questions was 11,and the mean score of participants was 6.09 ± 3.29(M±SD). Only about 50% of participants were aware of the complications of hepatitis B and increasing these complications if caused by MTCT. 65.3% of participants knew hepatitis B vaccine.The awareness about modes of HBV transmission including through blood,unprotected sexual intercourse,MTCT and unsafe needles or sharps were 72.0%,48.9%,75.9% and 66.3%,respectively.③The total attitudes score of 6 attitudes questions was 6,and the mean score of participants was 3.84±1.50(M±SD).More than 80% of pregnant women were willing to be screened for hepatitis B,and let neonate receive HBV vaccine.If diagnosed with hepatitis B,83.1% of pregnant women were willing to let neonate receive hepatitis B immunoglobulin,however,only 16.2% would take drugs to prevent MTCT of HBV.④Education with college or higher level was the independent effective factors associat-ed with better knowledge scores(OR=5.96,95%CI:2.95~12.06).Higher education level was the independent effective fac-tor associated with better attitude scores;when compared with junior high or below,the OR values of senior high and college or higher were 1.90(95%CI:1.01~3.55)and 2.50(95%CI:1.43~4.33),respectively.[Conclusion]Although education level is an independent effective factor associated with knowledge of hepatitis B and attitude towards prevention of MTCT of HBV,lack of knowledge about hepatitis B is common among first prenatal-visiting pregnant women,and more education about hepatitis B is necessary.

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