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Type: TESE
Title: Caracterização do Near Miss materno em unidade de terapia intensiva
Title Alternative: Characterization of maternal Near Miss in intensive care unit
Author: Lotufo, Fatima Aparecida Henrique, 1966-
Advisor: Parpinelli, Mary Angela, 1956-
Abstract: Resumo: Objetivos: aplicar os critérios diagnósticos de near miss, definidos pela Organização Mundial da Saúde (OMS) a uma população de mulheres no ciclo grávido-puerperal internada em unidade de terapia intensiva geral (UTI), identificar os determinantes primários da morbidade materna grave (MMG), os indicadores do cuidado obstétrico e os resultados maternos e perinatais. Método: estudo de corte transversal incluindo 158 mulheres, no período de 2004 a 2007. Os casos foram classificados segundo desfecho da internação em: óbito, near miss materno (NMM) e condições potencialmente ameaçadoras da vida (CPAV) e os dados coletados dos prontuários. Foram aplicados testes de y2 com correção Yates, exato de Fisher, Odds Ratio (OR) com intervalo de confiança de 95% e regressão múltipla. Resultados: Dentre as 158 internações ocorreram 5 óbitos, 43 near miss e 110 casos CPAV. A razão de near miss foi de 4,4 casos por 1000 nascidos vivos (NV), a razão de near miss por óbito foi de 8,6 casos para 1 morte materna e o índice de mortalidade foi de 10,4%. As síndromes hipertensivas foram o principal determinante primário da internação em 67,7% (107/158 casos), mas as hemorragias foram a principal causa de near miss (17/43 near miss e dois óbitos), principalmente por atonia uterina e gravidez ectópica complicada, com índice de mortalidade por esta causa de 10,5%. Conclusões, a padronização dos critérios diagnósticos de near miss permitirá comparação uniforme dos indicadores entre distintos contextos. As síndromes hemorrágicas foram os principais determinantes primários para near miss e morte materna na instituição e sugerem a existência de demoras no cuidado obstétrico

Abstract: Objectives: to apply the new diagnostic criteria for maternal near miss, defined by the World Health Organization (WHO) to a population of women during pregnancy and postpartum period admitted to a general Intensive Care Unit (ICU); to identify the primary determinants of severe maternal morbidity (SMM), the indicators of obstetrical care and the maternal and perinatal outcomes. Method: a cross sectional study including 158 women between 2004 and 2007. The cases were classified according to the outcome of hospital admission in death, maternal near miss and potentially life threatening conditions (PLTC) and the data were collected from clinical records. Yates corrected y2 and Exact of Fisher tests, Odds Ratios (OR) with their 95% confidence intervals and multiple logistic regression analyses were used. Results: Among the 158 admissions, there were 5 deaths, 43 maternal near miss and 110 cases of PLTC. The near miss ratio was 4.4 cases per 1000 live births (LB), the ratio between near miss and death was 8.6 cases per 1 maternal death and the general mortality index was 10.4%. Hypertensive syndromes were the main primary determinant of admission in 67.7% (107/158 cases), but hemorrhage was the main cause of maternal near miss (17/43 near miss and two deaths), mainly due to uterine atony and complicated ectopic pregnancy, with a mortality index by this cause of 10.5%. Conclusions: the standardization of diagnostic criteria for maternal near miss allowed quantifying SMM in a standard way, facilitating the comparison between different contexts. Hemorrhage was the main primary determinant for maternal near miss and death at the institution suggesting that delays could exist for appropriate obstetric care
Subject: Mortalidade materna
Near miss
Indicadores de morbimortalidade
Pre-eclâmpsia
falencia de multiplos orgãos
Sepse
Language: Português
Editor: [s.n.]
Date Issue: 2010
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