Uterine Rupture Case Study at Kolda Regional Hospital Center.
Uterine rupture is defined as a complete or incomplete, non-surgical
solution of continuity occurring on a gravid uterus [1,2]. This is
a major surgical emergency involving both fetal and maternal
prognosis. Although it has become exceptional in the Western
world through clinical and electronic monitoring of labor, delivery,
and prophylactic measures during pregnancy, its incidence is still
high in developing countries. In Africa, and particularly in sub-
Saharan Africa, uterine break is still one of the essential concerns
of the obstetrician, where its incidence varies from 0.25 to 2.33%
deliveries [3-5]. In Senegal its incidence is 0.66%.
Auteur(s) : BIAYE B, GASSAMA O, FAYE DIEME ME, NIASS A, MBODJI A, DIALO, DIOUF A.
Pages : 1-3
Année de publication : 2018
Revue : Gynecol Reprod Health.
N° de volume : 2
Type : Article
Mise en ligne par : FAYE Marie Edouard