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Umbilical Nucleated Red Blood Cell Counts and Perinatal Outcome According to Doppler End-Diastolic Velocity on Severe Preeclampsia

Other Title
중증 전자간증 임산부의 제대동맥 이완기말 혈류 속도에 따른 제대혈 혈액소견 및 주산기 예후
오, 준환; 임, 윤경; 이, 희종; 김, 행수; 양, 정인; 유, 희석; 오, 기석
Taehan Sanbuinkwa Hakhoe chapchi, 46(4):746-751, 2003
Journal Title
Taehan Sanbuinkwa Hakhoe chapchi; Korean journal of obstetrics and gynecology; 대한산부인과학회잡지
Objective : To assess the umbilical nucleated red blood cell counts and perinatal outcomes according to umbilical artery Doppler end diastolic velocity in severe preeclampsia.

Materials and Methods : A prospecive case-control study comparing 42 severe preeclampsia patients who had present umbilical artery end diastolic velocity with 7 severe preeclampsia patients who absent end diastolic velocity for umbilical nucleated red blood cell counts and perinatal outcomes.

Results : Those with absent end diastolic velocity did not have significantly greater nucleated red blood cell counts, but they had increased hemoglobin, hematocrit. These newbom had significantly lower birth

weight, increased Cesarean section rate for fetal distress and been more frequently admitted to the neonatal intensive care unit. These newbornn also had significantly increased intracranial hemorrhage,assisted ventilation and longer hospital days.

Conclusion : No correlation with nucleated red blood cell counts and chronic fetal hypoxia were presented. However further study with more expanded cases for the role of nucleated red blood cell counts as

a marker of fetal hypoxia will be needed.
Nucleated red blood cell countsDoppler end diastolic velocityPreeclampsia
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