A Clinical Study of 100 Cases of Obstructed Labour and Its Fetomaternal Outcome

Ashmita Kiran, Rakesh Ranjan Singh, Anant Narayan Sinha, anant narayan sinha

Abstract


Prevention is the foundation stone of safe and successful obstetrics. Many factors responsible for disastrous outcome of obstructed labour can be nullified to a large extent by sustained and planned effort, improvement of socio economic condition and educational standard, awareness of antenatal and internal care, availability of medical facilities in remote areas and health education with advice of family welfare can minimize the unfortunate outcome of OL. We studied 100 cases of obstructed labour and its fetomaternal outcome. 


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jbls.v6i2.7564

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