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Treatment and Analysis of Clinical Rescue of Critical and Severe Pregnant and Lying-in Women

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DOI: 10.23977/ICEPMS2023.015


Zhengmei Zhang, Qiong Wang

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Qiong Wang


Objective: To analyze the treatment methods and emergency strategies in the clinical rescue of critically severe pregnant and lying-in women. Methods: 60 critically ill pregnant women and bedridden women who were successfully rescued in our city from January 2018 to December 2021 were selected as the experimental group, and normal pregnant and lying-in women in our hospital at the same time were taken as the control group for research, and the treatment effect of critically severe pregnant and lying-in women was fully summarized. Results: Among the 60 cases selected, 55 were pregnant at 24-40 weeks. After admission, 10 cases were vaginal birth and 45 cases of cesarean section. At the same time, 51 cases cured and discharged from hospital, 4 cases were continued for treatment due to cerebral thrombosis, and the complications were pregnancy-induced hypertension, diabetes, heart failure, umbilical cord prolapse, etc. The complications included placental abruption, placenta previa, and postpartum hemorrhage due to weak uterine contractions. 5 cases of ectopic pregnancy were cured and discharged from hospital. It could be seen that the main causes of critical and severe conditions for pregnant women were pregnancy induced hypertension and obstetric bleeding. The cases of prenatal examination in the experimental group was lower than those in the control group, while the cases of high-risk factors was in the experimental group was higher than those in the control group (P<0.05). Conclusion: When rescuing critically severe pregnant women, we should fully consider the situation of critically severe women, combine clinical experience and professional knowledge, reduce the occurrence of complications, conduct high-risk screening for pregnant women, pay special attention to the existing high-risk factors, attach great importance to the bleeding situation and make relevant preparations for rescue, which can effectively reduce the incidence rate of critically severe women and improve the success rate of rescue.


Critical and severe, Pregnant and lying-in women, Rescue treatment, Answer

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