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Vergani, P., Roncaglia, N., Andreotti, C., Arreghini, A., Teruzzi, M., Peruzzi, M., Pezzullo, J.C., et al. (2002) Prognostic Value of Uterine Artery. Doppler Velocimetry in Growth-Restricted Fetuses Delivered Near Term. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 187, 932-936.

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: Colour Doppler Study of Umbilical Artery in Antenatal Women with Severe Preeclampsia and Foetal Outcome

    AUTHORS: Yadlapalli Indiramani, V. Ratnakumari, B. Jyothirmayi

    KEYWORDS: Preeclampsia, Absent End Diastolic Flow, Intra Uterine Growth Retardation, Colour Doppler, Umbilical Artery

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Vol.6 No.2, February 24, 2016

    ABSTRACT: Hypertensive disorders are the most common medical complications of pregnancy (7.15%). Doppler analysis of umbilical artery S/D ratio PI and RI, absent or reversal of EDV were evaluated and follow up results studied in severe preeclampsia women between 26 to 40 weeks. Doppler analysis of Uterine Artery and Middle Cerebral Artery is also studied. Doppler study guides in decision making and follows up in severe preeclampsia and guides in reducing perinatal morbidity and mortality. Period of Study: This is a prospective randomised study conducted at Niloufer Hospital for Women and Children Red Hills Hyderabad from September 2011 to June 2014. Material and Methods: 100 pregnant women with severe preeclampsia who attended Antenatal Out-Patient Department and got admitted in Emergency ward underwent Umbilical artery velocimetry by means of a Colour doppler vision (6000 Toshiba corp Tokyo Japan) using 3.5_5 MHZ Trasabdominal traducer. Results: Total number of 100 women were studied. In this 60 women had foetuses with abnormal umbilical artery flow velocimetry and 40 had normal umbilical artery flow velocimetry. The average birth weight and diagnosis to delivery interval were lower in foetuses with abnormal umbilical artery doppler. Admission to neonatal intensive care unit is high. The APGAR score at 1 minute is