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European Journal of Molecular and Clinical Medicine ; 8(4):2356-2361, 2021.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-1663121


Aim: To determine the demographic profile of pregnant females with COVID-19 infection. The outcome and prognosis in pregnant women with COVID-19 infection was also evaluated. Method and material:The study included 38 pregnant women with COVID-19 infection and hospital admission for at least 24 hours. Cause of admission was classified as obstetric and COVID-19-related. All the patients were COVID positive and were referred from other centres/ hospital to this facility andwas admitted to this hospital for delivery. Primary outcomes included maternal admission to intensive care unit (ICU), COVID-19 pneumonia, maternal mortality. The information on socio-demographic factors, pre-gestational chronic diseases (including cardiac, renal, endocrine, psychiatric, hematologic and autoimmune disease, cancer and HIV)and mode of delivery was collected. Results:The mean age of the patients was 28.8±6.2 years. The mode of delivery for 60.5%patients(23) was normal vaginal delivery and lower segmentcaesarean section in 39.5%(15) patients.94.7%(36) patients were asymptomatic in the present study. Maximum patients in the present studywere hospitalized for 3-5 days. Conclusion: COVID-19 infection was associated with higher rates of caesarean section in pregnant women. However, COVID-19 cannot be considered as an indication for caesareansectiondelivery. Patients with increased age have more days of hospitalization than younger patient.

Journal of the Association of Physicians of India ; 69(5):70-73, 2021.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: covidwho-1287166