THROMBOEMBOLIC COMPLICATIONS IN PREGNANCY INCIDENCE, DIAGNOSIS AND MANAGEMENT
Keywords:Thromboembolic complications’, ‘pregnant women’, ‘DVT’, ‘PE’ and ‘management of thromboembolism in pregnancy’.
The development of thromboembolic complications, including deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and pulmonary embolism (PE), in pregnancy is an major issue of obstetrical interest because of its potential developmental complication increases maternal mortality. The management of thromboembolic complication in pregnancy till now a days is an unsolved problems and requires a multidisciplinary approach involving obstetricians, hematologists, and other specialists. The management of thromboembolic complications in pregnancy typically involves a combination of anticoagulant therapy, close monitoring, and preventative measures. The objective of the study is To evaluate the most type of thromboembolic complications in pregnancy, To determine the clinical manifestation of thromboembolic complications in pregnancy, To evaluate the diagnosis of thromboembolic complications in pregnancy and To evaluate the management of thromboembolic complication in pregnancy.