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Journal of Health & Medical Informatics

ISSN: 2157-7420

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Umbilical Cord

Irregular rope parameters partner with high pace of asphyxia during conveyance, fetal abnormalities, non-consoling fetal status, respiratory misery, fetal development limitation and conveyance mediations. Objective: To contemplate the relationship between's umbilical line parameters and perinatal mortality. Materials and techniques: This was an imminent report done in the Umaid Hospital. It included 500 cases confessed to work live with time of incubation >37 weeks. Subtleties of conveyance of infant including method of conveyance, Apgar score, NICU confirmation and any inherent peculiarity found in unbooked cases post-natally was noted down. Umbilical line parameters were likewise noted and related with perinatal result utilizing Fischer's accurate test and Chi square test. Results: Out of 500 cases, the line length was ordinary in 88.2% cases while it was short in 6.2% and long in 5.6% cases. Genuine bunches were related with a higher mean string length of 95.83 ± 24.99 cm. The distinction of mean rope length between single circle and multiple circles was profoundly huge (p value<0.001). Cesarean segment rate was seen as essentially unique between one circle and multiple circles (p<0.001). End.

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