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The management and clinical outcome in premature rupture of fetal membranes

C. Ionescu, E. Bratila, I. Pacu, C. Bohiltea, H. Haradja, T. Hangan


Abstract: Premature rupture of membrane (PROM) before 37 weeks gestation complicate 3-4.5% of pregnancies and represents almost 30% of causes of premature delivery. Dividing this pathologic entity according to gestational age has two reasons: the first is that we have a different management and the second is that the maternal and fetal complications but also the fetal prognosis is different with gestational age. In this review the therapeutic management in PROM, induction of labor versus conservative therapy for prolonged latent period are discuss.
DOI:10.18643/gieu.2014.42

Keywords: premature rupture of membrane, tocolysis, corticosteroid.

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