Case Report on Management of pregnancy with Severe Anemia.
Anaemia is uncommon during pregnancy, and it has both maternal and foetal significance 1. Anemia (lack of iron) The most occurring due is anaemia. Infection, a lack of folate, and a vitamin B12 deficiency are among the other causes. If your In the third trimester of pregnancy, haemoglobin levels are less than 11.0 g/dL., you should do one of the following: 1, 2, or 3., anaemia can be diagnosed.. Main symptoms and /or important clinical findings: A 21 yrs old female was admitted in AVBR hospital on dated 19/ 2/2021 with chief complaint of. Over the course of three weeks, I've experienced feeling ill, vomiting, and suffering stomach pain. A previous obstetric history comprised a 2-year-old induced vaginal delivery. The main diagnoses, therapeutic interventions, and outcome: After a physical examination with Blood transfusions and vitamin B12 injections, 200 mg ferrous sulphate, folic acid, and multivitamin tablets were administered to a woman with a BMI of 48.9, gravida 2 para 1, and a 2-day history of vaginal leak suggesting rupture of membranes but not confirmed by speculum or ultrasound scan. and calcium ones a day for calcium supplementary, has been given orally until the baby was born. Nursing perspectives: IV fluid was provided to maintain the fluid and electrolyte. Monitored fetal heart rate and vital sign per hourly. Conclusion: Anemia caused by a lack of vitamin B12 is a rare occurrence. According to the results of this study, diagnosing disease in the pregnancy can help to avoid the difficulties that are often correlated with just this type of disease.