Precipitated Labour Definition, Etiology,Risk factors,and INTERVENTION ~ Medical diseases and trems ,symptoms causes TREATMENT

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Precipitated Labour Definition, Etiology,Risk factors,and INTERVENTION



 DEFINITION 

                        - It is a condition in which fetus delivery and placental delivery completed in two to three hours. 

  ▪︎ Cervical dilation >5cm/hours .

ETIOLOGY 

    ● commonly in multipera .

    ● Hypertonic uterus .

    ●  Lower resistance.

RISK FACTORS 

●  Most common maternal risk factors is Inversion of uterus. ( Inversion- Inside out movement of funds of uterus.)

Most common fetal risk factor is intracranial injury. 

INTERVENTION 

● Early identification of risk factors .

● Immediate hospitalization .

● Tocolytic drugs (Tocopherol).

● Planning of delivery.

● Episiotomy is a conservative managment. 

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