CLINICAL AND SOCIODEMOGRAPHIC FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH PREECLAMPSIA IN GESTANTS OF 16-25 YEARS OLD ATTENDED IN EMERGENCY IN THE VENTANILLA HOSPITAL OF JANUARY-DECEMBER 2016

  • Walter José Llacuachaqui-Sánchez
  • Alejandro Machado-Nuñez

Abstract

Objective: To determine the clinical and sociodemographic factors associated with pre-eclampsia in pregnant women aged 16-25 years treated at the Hospital de Ventanilla emergency in January-December 2016. Methods: An observational, analytical, cross-sectional study was conducted. We worked with 364 pregnant women from the hospital of Ventanilla. The following variables were measured: preclampsia (dependent), age, marital status, educational level, occupation, sexual partner, previous gestations, gestational age, BMI, gestational anemia, pregestational diabetes and gestational diabetes (independent). ORs were calculated with their respective 95% confidence intervals. A value of p less than 0.5 was considered significant. Results: The prevalence of preclampsia was 5.7%. the factors associated with preclampsia were: Marital status (OR: 0.16 (0.03-0.77)), Degree of instruction (OR: 0.31 (0.11-0.87)), Sex partner (OR: 0.36 (0.140.91)), Previous pregnancy ( OR: 2.99 (1.72-13.43)), BMI (OR: 4.47 (1.69-11.82)), Anemia (OR: 3.41 (1.22-9.52)), Pregestational DM (OR: 5.55 (1.43-21.94)). Conclusion: Preeclampsia was associated to civil status, degree of instruction, sexual partner, previous pregnancy, BMI, anemia and pregestational DM. Key words: Pre-eclampsia; Pregnancy; Emergency medical services. (source: MeSH NLM)


 


DOI: 10.25176/RFMH.v18.n2.1287


Published
2018-04-17
How to Cite
LLACUACHAQUI-SÁNCHEZ, Walter José; MACHADO-NUÑEZ, Alejandro. CLINICAL AND SOCIODEMOGRAPHIC FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH PREECLAMPSIA IN GESTANTS OF 16-25 YEARS OLD ATTENDED IN EMERGENCY IN THE VENTANILLA HOSPITAL OF JANUARY-DECEMBER 2016. Journal of the Faculty of Medicine, [S.l.], v. 18, n. 2, apr. 2018. ISSN 2308-0531. Available at: <http://revistas.urp.edu.pe/index.php/RFMH/article/view/1287>. Date accessed: 21 may 2018.