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Mr Pollard added: "If you had asked, and you'd been told about the sudden drop in her blood pressure, that surely should have triggered, in the mind of a consultant obstetrician, that this might be a placental abruption.
Incidence of placental abruption in relation to cigarette smoking and hypertensive disorders during pregnancy: a metaanalysis of observational studies.
Marina, 37, says she and Ben have decided not to have another baby, as later tests showed there was a 30% chance of another placental abruption if she got pregnant again.
It can mimic other acute conditions such as ruptured ectopic pregnancy, uterine rupture and placental abruption.
Indicators measured were adverse obstetric outcomes (preterm labor, pregnancy-induced hypertension [PIH], placenta previa, placental abruption, fetal growth restriction [FGR], small for gestational age [SGA], cesarean section), and luteal support in the first trimester.
Several epidemiological studies have also linked advanced maternal age, grand multiparty, cigarette smoking, cocaine use, unmarried status, previous abortions, low socioeconomic status, gestations with male foetuses, gestations occurring at high altitudes and twinning to placental abruption (12).
Furthermore, unexplained stillbirths, (5,7-9) and stillbirths secondary to placental abruption, obstetrical complications, asphyxia, (5,9) slow fetal growth, maternal diseases,5 and non-chromosomal congenital anomalies, (5,10) are more strongly associated with maternal education, but the lack of data on time trends makes it difficult to determine whether associations vary over time.
Chloe was born five weeks early due to placental abruption, when the placenta comes away from the womb prematurely causing bleeding for the mother, and loss of oxygen for baby.
The book focuses on high-risk pregnancies that are likely to result in early delivery, giving readers in-depth information on premature rupture of membranes, preeclampsia, placental abruption, intrauterine growth restriction, incompetent cervix, bacterial vaginosis, and more.
Evidence of a partial placental abruption was noted.
An analysis of Angelica Swartout's computer showed that she began researching placental abruption more than two months before the alleged infanticide, Crolly testified.
Celinna lost Tischaurn after suffering a placental abruption, where the placenta becomes detached from the uterus.