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294 Possible Causes for Spontaneous Rupture of Membranes, Vaginitis

  • Spontaneous Rupture of Membranes

    CONCLUSIONS: There is a 24 h rhythm in the timing of spontaneous rupture of membranes in term gestations.[] A vaginal ultrasound or digital vaginal examination performed after I-PPROM. Signs of intraamniotic infection: a. Fever. b. Uterine tenderness. c.[] Among women who were delivered vaginally, those with a positive amniotic fluid culture had a significantly higher rate of endometritis than those with a negative culture ([]

  • Labor

    Examination revealed a crowning fetal head, no fetal heart tones, and purulent vaginal discharge.[] […] insert (MVI) or dinoprostone vaginal insert (DVI).[] The average time to vaginal delivery was 14 h 45 min, time to the onset of active phase of labor - 11 h 45 min, time to membranes' rupture - 15 h, time to vaginal delivery[]

  • Vaginitis

    […] abortion maternal infection postpartum endometritis neonatal complications include low birth weight prematurity Trichomoniasis prematurity premature rupture of membranes[] Common Names Vaginal infection Vaginal inflammation Medical or Scientific Name Vaginitis (pronounced vaj-uh-NAHY-tis ) BACK TO TOP[] Up to 90% of vaginitis are caused by bacterial vaginosis, vaginal candidiasis and Trichomonas vaginalis.[]

  • Vaginal Candidiasis

    Preterm prelabour rupture of the membranes 2. Spontaneous pregnancy loss 3. Mode of birth 4. Duration of maternal hospitalisation at the time of birth 5.[] Vaginal candidiasis is also known as vaginal thrush, candidal vaginitis, vaginal candidosis and monilia.[] CONCLUSION: AV is vaginal infection similar to other vaginal infections.[]

  • Bacterial Vaginosis

    […] preterm prelabour rupture of membranes, and hence, BV is a major determinant to the prematurity-related disease burden [ 12 ].[] To define an entity of abnormal vaginal flora: aerobic vaginitis. Observational study.[] Preterm premature rupture of the membranes and spontaneous preterm labour accounts for approximately 80% of preterm deliveries; the remaining 20% are planned deliveries for[]

  • Precipitate Labor

    Check for Presence of an Intact Amniotic Sac. (1) If the membranes do not break spontaneously, they should be ruptured just prior to or with the delivery of the head. (2)[] An index of suspicion and digital rectal examination in cases of posterior vaginal tears should be done to rule out recto-vaginal fistula.[] Caution must be taken to prevent the membranes from covering the infant's mouth as the first breath is taken, otherwise aspiration of amniotic fluid can occur. b.[]

  • Amnionitis

    . - 12-24 wks: usually normal - 24 wks: oligohydramnios from PROM; fetal tachycardia * Spontaneous abortion. * Prematurity from premature rupture of membranes * Fetal pneumonia[] Inflammation was significantly more frequent after vaginal delivery (28%) than after caesarean section (6%).[] rupture who are given expectant management (waiting for spontaneous labor).[]

  • Chorioamnionitis

    She was released from the hospital and returned at 25 4/7 weeks' estimated gestational age with possible spontaneous rupture of membranes.[] We evaluated amniotic fluid lactate dehydrogenase and glucose concentrations in relation to histologic chorioamnionitis in vaginally obtained samples.[] . • PROM is spontaneous rupture of membrane any time beyond 22nd week of pregnancy but before onset of labour. • Incidence: 10% of all pregnancies. 21.[]

  • Cervical Incompetence

    Outcomes oberved were as follows: (1) prolongation of pregnancy in weeks after cervical cerclage, (2) presence of spontaneous rupture of membranes or clinical chorioamnionitis[] All women underwent cerclage placement (cervical cerclage group) or administrated with vaginal progesterone (vaginal progesterone group) until delivery.[] Miscarriage • 2nd trimester miscarriage • Subsequent miscarriages are usually earlier • Preceded by spontaneous rupture of membranes • Bulging membranes through the cervix[]

  • Puerperium

    'show', spontaneous rupture of membranes, complete effacement of the cervix).[] […] third stage of labor, compared to uncomplicated vaginal delivery.[] ] Rupture of amniotic sac less than 24 hours prior to the onset of labor 658.2 Delayed delivery after spontaneous or unspecified rupture of membranes [0,1,3] Prolonged rupture[]

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