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Clinical Presentations in Preeclamptic Women Attending Elnihoud Teaching Hospital
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Volume 7, 2019
Issue 2 (June)
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Mubarak Adam Suleiman Ameen, Department of Obstetric and Gynecology, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, West Kordufan University, Elnihoud City, Sudan.
Hafiz Ahmed Hobiel Ahmed, Department of Biochemistry, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, West Kordufan University, Elnihoud City, Sudan.
Preeclampsia is the most common hypertensive disorders of pregnancy which is an idiopathic multisystem disorder that contributes greatly to the maternal morbidity and mortality. To evaluate the clinical presentations in preeclamptic women attending Elnihoud Teaching Hospital and to compare the findings between severe and mild cases. This study was descriptive cross sectional study; carried out in Elnihoud Teaching Hospital. A total of forty tow pregnant women were included in this study. They were selected from the Wards of the Hospital at admission before starting treatment. Clinical examination was done after taking of permission from every participants. The study revealed significant elevation in the clinical presentation of headache (p-value = < 0.0001), blurring vision (p-value = < 0.0001), epigastric pain (p-value = < 0.0001), RHP (p-value = 0.006), breathlessness (p-value = 0.015) abdominal pain (p-value = 0.002), tachycardia (p-value = 0.010), less than date fundal level (p-value = 0.005), hyper reflexes (p-value = 0.007), lower limbs edema (p-value = 0.009), and papillodema (p-value = 0.002) among sever preeclamptic patients compared to mild cases. Elevation in clinical presentations associated with preeclamptic women might reflect the severity of the disease.
Preeclampsia, Hypertension, Breathlessness, Papillodema
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