A comparative study of FDPs and D-dimers in intrauterine fetal death
Keywords:Fetal Death. Pregnant Women. Fibrin Fibrinogen Degradation Products. Prenatal Care. Fibrinolysin. Epidemiologic Research Design. Pregnancy Trimester, Second. Gestational Age. Biometry. Fetal Diseases.
Ninety subjects were included in the present study and were divided into three groups. Group A included 30 pregnant females with normal pregnancy as control from 20 weeks of gestation onward. Group B included 30 pregnant females with intrauterine fetal death < 20 weeks duration and Group C included 30 pregnant females with IUFD > 2 weeks duration. FDPs and D-dimers were performed by commercially available kits. Results were analysed by using chi-square (x2) test and level of significance was done. FDPs and D-dimers were significantly increased in females of IUFD in groups B and C.
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