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Dr. Layla Fadel Shuker*, Dr. Nehal Shaker Mahmud and Dr. Methal A. Al. Rubaee


Objectives: This case-control comparative study conduction in Al-Basra Maternity and Child Hospital from (1st November 2012 – 1st November 2013) to identify the risk of anemia in pregnancy on the health of both mother and fetus. Study design: This prospective study included (200) gravid women attending labour who were diagnosed to be anaemic by haemoglobin level measurement (anaemic group) compared to (250) gravid woman (non-anaemic group). The level of Hb of () was considered as anaemia. Results: Mild iron deficiency anaemia was the commonest type of anaemia, it tend to be more frequent in those woman of low social class and with poor or no attendance to ANC. Per-eclampsia, postpartum haemorrhage and antepartum haemorrhage were more frequent obstetrical complication among anaemic group. C/S rate was higher among anaemic group mainly due to prolong labour and fetal distress. There was greater risk of IUD, preterm birth with subsequent low B.W., growth retardation as well as low Apgar scor in one min. Conclusion: Anaemia in pregnancy is a major public health problem with poor feto-maternal outcome in term of greater maternal and perinatal morbidity and mortality.

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