OBSTETRIC RISKS IN PREGNANT WOMEN ATTENDED AT THE GYNECOLOGICAL OBSTETRIC UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL OF GUAYAQUIL
Keywords:Obstetric Risk, Perinatal, Pregnant, 35 years
The word risks is derived from the Greek word riscare, that is to say, they dare, the concept of risks is associated with several possibilities and a predisposing risk factor in pregnancy which seems to identify the degrees of vulnerability during the periods of pregnancy , childbirth, puerperium, the present research work aimed to determine the main obstetric risks in pregnant women of the Hospital Gineco Obstétrico Universitario de Guayaquil, Guayas - Ecuador from January - June 2019. The study design is non-experimental, prospective, in the methodology from the investigation, the data collection form was used, an ad hoc form was prepared. The sample was made up of 407 nulliparous and multiparous pregnant women, who met the inclusion and exclusion criteria. The following results were obtained: preeclampsia with 36%, diabetes 29%, gestational hypertension 20%, preterm labor 6%, premature rupture of membranes 3% and the placenta praevia 1%. In conclusion, the obstetric risks observed in the present study, the highest percentage is preeclampsia with 36% and the lowest percentage placenta previa with 1%.
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