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15. Impacto del control prenatal en los resultados perinatales (Spanish) @ Room 2, BBB
May 5 @ 12:00 – 12:50
15. Impacto del control prenatal en los resultados perinatales (Spanish) @ Room 2, BBB

Speaker: Leila Daniela Arguello

Facilitator: Julia Pecovich

OBJETIVO: Comparar los resultados perinatales adversos en mujeres que realizaron un control prenatal insuficiente o nulo vs. las que realizaron un control prenatal satisfactorio, que finalizaron su embarazo en el Hospital Municipal Ostaciana B. de Lavignolle durante el año 2019. MATERIALES Y METODOS: Estudio de tipo observacional, analítico de casos y controles. RESULTADOS: Apgar menor a 7 a los 5 minutos de vida (OR = 5.66; IC del 95%: 3.20- 10.01), mortalidad fetal (OR=11,82; IC del 95%: 4.77-29.29), bajo peso al nacer (OR=3,46; IC del 95%: 2.59-4.61), macrosomía fetal (OR= 0.62; IC del 95%: 0.46-0.85) y parto prematuro (OR = 3.73; IC del 95%: 2.84-4.90). CONCLUSIÓN: Observamos un aumento significativo en las probabilidades de que las mujeres que presentaron control prenatal insuficiente o nulo tengan resultados perinatales adversos. Generar estrategias para la captación y seguimiento de las embarazadas desde el equipo de salud, disminuiría la incidencia de resultados perinatales adversos.

English: OBJECTIVE: To compare adverse perinatal outcomes in women who underwent insufficient or no prenatal care vs. those who underwent a satisfactory prenatal check-up, who ended their pregnancy at the Ostaciana B. de Lavignolle Municipal Hospital during 2019.MATERIALS AND METHODS: An observational, analytical case-control study. RESULTS: Apgar score less than 7 at 5 minutes of life (OR = 5.66; 95% CI: 3.20-10.01), fetal mortality (OR = 11.82; 95% CI: 4.77-29.29), low birth weight (OR = 3.46; 95% CI: 2.59-4.61), fetal macrosomia (OR = 0.62; 95% CI: 0.46-0.85) and preterm delivery (OR = 3.73; 95% CI: 2.84-4.90) . CONCLUSION: We observed a significant increase in the chances that women who had insufficient or no prenatal care would have adverse perinatal outcomes. Generating strategies for the recruitment and monitoring of pregnant women from the health team would reduce the incidence of adverse perinatal outcomes.


Recording: TBA