Type of Article: Original Research

Volume 5; Issue 1: 2018

Page No.: 565-569

DOI: 10.16965/ijims.2017.123

 

ANALYSIS OF MODE OF DELIVERY WITH VARIOUS INDUCTION TECHNIQUES IN TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL AT RAYALASEMA REGION

Anita Ramesh Annaldasula.

Associate professor, obstetrics & Gynecology, Shanthiram Medical College, Nandyal, Kurnool, Andhra Pradesh, India.

Corresponding author: Dr. Anita Ramesh Annaldasula, Associate professor, obstetrics & Gynecology, Shanthiram Medical College, Nandyal, Kurnool, Andhra Pradesh, India. E-Mail: anitasreekanth123@gmail.com

ABSTRACT:

Induction of labour (IOL) needs to be considered when the risk–benefit analysis indicates that delivering the baby is a safer option for the baby, the mother, or both, rather than continuing the pregnancy, and when there are no clear indications for caesarean section and no contraindications for vaginal delivery. In the span of one year time we observed 200 deliveries outcome of term pregnancies subjected to various methods of induction of labour was to evaluate the outcome of pregnancy at term by elective induction of labour in order to reduce the cesarean section rate in Rayalasema region at Santhiram medical college and hospital. The results were modified Bhishop’s score were mean ± SD 6.35 ± 2.26. In that Amniotomy (normal vaginal delivery 5% and ceasarian 10%), Cerviprime (normal vaginal delivery 5.5% and ceasarian 17.5%), Foleys (normal vaginal delivery 2 and ceasarian 12.5%), Misoprostol (normal vaginal delivery 2.5% and ceasarian 12.5%), Oxytocin (normal vaginal delivery 2.5% and ceasarian 15%), Stripping (normal vaginal delivery 2.5% and ceasarian 12.5%). We also measured the Cardiac Tocograph after the induction in that Amniotomy (normal vaginal delivery 5% and ceasarian 10%), Cerviprime (normal vaginal delivery 5.5% and ceasarian 17.5%), Foleys (normal vaginal delivery 2 and ceasarian 12.5%), Misoprostol (normal vaginal delivery 2.5% and ceasarian 12.5%), Oxytocin (normal vaginal delivery 2.5% and ceasarian 15%), and Stripping (normal vaginal delivery 2.5% and ceasarian 12.5%), fetal outcome 5% of fetal were admitted in the ICU with various complications. The Cerviprime can be considered as safe, efficacious, cheap and mother and fetus friendly for the induction of labour.

Key words:  Amniotomy, Cerviprime, Foleys, Misoprostol, Oxytocin, and Stripping.

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