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:: Volume 28, Issue 4 (7-2023) ::
__Armaghane Danesh__ 2023, 28(4): 539-552 Back to browse issues page
Maternal and Neonatal Outcomes of Pregnant Women Diagnosed with Covid-19 at Shahid Jalil and Imam Sajjad Hospitals in Yasuj from April 2020 to July 2021
Z Asadi Kalemeh1 , L Manzouri2 , SE Salehi Dehno3 , P Eslamnik 4
1- Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Yasuj University of Medical Sciences, Yasuj, Iran
2- 2Research Center for Social Factors Affecting Health, Yasuj University of Medical Sciences, Yasuj, Iran
3- Department of Surgery, Yasuj University of Medical Sciences, Yasuj, Iran.
4- Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Yasuj University of Medical Sciences, Yasuj, Iran , p.eslamnik284@gmail.com
Abstract:   (716 Views)
Background & aim: During the outbreak of emerging infections such as the new coronavirus disease, pregnant women and their fetuses are more vulnerable than other populations. On the other hand, there are also researches and findings about the possible consequences of this disease during pregnancy in pregnant women, so the purpose of the study was to determine and investigate more knowledge of the maternal and neonatal outcomes of pregnant women diagnosed with covid-19 in Shahid Jalil and Imam Sajjad (AS) hospitals. .

Methods: In the present descriptive-cross-sectional study, the research population included all pregnant women admitted to Shahid Jalil and Imam Sajjad hospitals to give birth (227 non-infected pregnant women and 109 pregnant women infected with Covid-19) from April 2019 to July 2019. Demographic information, pregnancy, covid-19 disease, childbirth and postpartum were collected using a questionnaire. The collected data were analyzed using chi-score, t-test, and independent t-tests.

Results: The average age in the two studied groups was 30 years. 18.3% of infected women were in the 22nd week of pregnancy, and in the group of non-infected women, 20.7% were between 38 and 39 weeks and 17.2% were between 39 and 40 weeks of pregnancy. 26% of women with covid and 35% of non-infected women experienced their second pregnancy. Both groups had a history of abortion, stillbirth and multiple births. Blood group O+ and A+ were the most common blood groups in pregnant women with covid-19. The average Apgar score in pregnant women with covid was lower than that of non-infected pregnant women. 51.5% of women with covid gave birth by c-section. Premature delivery, respiratory diseases, pre-eclampsia and premature delivery were among the most common complications of covid in pregnant women with covid-19.

Conclusion: It seems that the infection of pregnant women with covid-19 can increase the severity of the disease and its complications and endanger the health of the mother and the fetus. To reduce the severity of the disease, pregnant women should be aware of the potential risks of the disease. Moreover, careful prenatal care, health protocols training, careful monitoring of mother and fetus during and after delivery are necessary to reduce maternal and neonatal complications.

Keywords: Pregnant women, Maternal outcomes, Neonatal outcomes and Covid 19
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Clinical
Received: 2022/07/4 | Accepted: 2023/06/20 | Published: 2023/07/10
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Asadi Kalemeh Z, Manzouri L, Salehi Dehno S, Eslamnik P. Maternal and Neonatal Outcomes of Pregnant Women Diagnosed with Covid-19 at Shahid Jalil and Imam Sajjad Hospitals in Yasuj from April 2020 to July 2021. armaghanj 2023; 28 (4) :539-552
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