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Revista Archivo Médico de Camagüey

versión On-line ISSN 1025-0255

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FUENTES DIAZ, Zaily; DIAZ REQUEJO, Patricia; LOPEZ LAZO, Sarah E  y  RODRIGUEZ SALAZAR, Orlando. Evaluating the fetal risk in patients diagnosed with fetal distressing status with intrauterine revival. AMC [online]. 2017, vol.21, n.3, pp.337-347. ISSN 1025-0255.

Background: the term fetal imprecise suffering, predictive value has softly, even in populations of tall risk. Objective: to evaluate the fetal risk in patients who underwent Cesarean sections and diagnosed with fetal distressing status with effective intrauterine revival. Methods: a quasi-experimental accomplished study was conducted for two groups in patients diagnosed with fetal distressing status with intrauterine revival at Ana Betancourt de Mora hospital from June 1st, 2014 to February 1st, 2015. Results: the fetal distressing status was associated with effective intrauterine revival and the conditions of the umbilical cord with odss ratio 1.3. The probability of the diagnosis of fetal distressing status with intrauterine revival was 5.6 times more for patients with hypertensive disease in pregnancy. Probability was 4.3 times for diabetes. The diagnosis of fetal distressing status was not associated with effective intrauterine revival and the neuroaxial anesthesia. Conclusions: fetal risk factors of patient cesareans with the diagnosis of fetal distressing status with revival the intrauterine cashes they went: disease hipertensive in pregnancy, diabetes, alterations of the umbilical cord and anesthesia the neuroaxial was independent of fetal risk of patients.

Palabras clave : FETAL DISTRESS; RISK FACTORS; CESAREAN SECTION; RISK ASSESSMENT; EPIDEMIOLOGY, EXPERIMENTAL.

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