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ISSN: 2637-4544

Interventions in Gynaecology and Women's Healthcare

Research Article(ISSN: 2637-4544)

Correlation between Ultrasound Findings of Ectopic Pregnancy And Operative Findings in Sudanese Women

Volume 1 - Issue 1

Khairy S Ismail1, Aisha A Geilani1, Afaq Abdelaziz1, Hassan A Elkheir2*, Sarah A M Musaad1, Osama G E1, Mohaya Elfatih A Elaziz1, Dalia Mageed1, Khadiga Abdalla1, Rabee Aljack1, Abdalla Elmahgoub1, Suaad Elnour1, Kunna A3 and Umbeli Taha1

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    • 1Omdorman Islamic university, Obstetrics and gynecology Khartoum, Africa
    • 2Omdorman Maternity Hospital, Central laboratories Khartoum, Africa
    • 3University of Bahri, Obstetrics and gynecology Khartoum, Africa

    *Corresponding author: Akram Elkhier Hassan, Omdorman Maternity Hospital, Central laboratories Khartoum, Sudan, Africa

Received: December 22, 2017;   Published: January 11, 2018

DOI: 10.32474/IGWHC.2018.01.000103

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Designs and objectives This study is a prospective, descriptive, hospital-based study, done in Omdurman Maternity Hospital and Omdurman New Hospital, to assess correlation between ultrasound findings of ectopic pregnancy and operative findings in Sudanese women.

Methods: The study was conducted on patients attended to gynecological Casualty with vaginal bleeding and abdominal pain in early pregnancy diagnosed as Ectopic pregnancy, ultrasound done to all the patients, with direct interview using predesigned questionnaire, and all of these is after consent obtained, ultrasonic findings was correlated to the intraoperative findings, sensitivity of the ultrasound was calculated using SPSS.

Results: out of 110 women, the most common age was 20-30 years (48.2%), multiparous were predominated by (53.6%). The commonest risk factors included; history of IUCD usage found in (52.7%), history of PID in (29.1%), history of abdomino-pelvic surgery in (24.5%), and history of ectopic pregnancy in (6.4%). On examination, there were (71.8%) women were stable, abdominal tenderness found in (54.5%), pallor in (57.3%), and (10%) of women were shocked. Sensitivity of U/S in diagnosis of ectopic pregnancy was 97.3%.

Conclusion: It was concluded that, U/S is reliable tool for diagnosing ectopic pregnancy

Keywords: Ectopic Pregnancy; Ultrasound Intraoperative; Sudan

Abbrevations: TVUS: Transvaginal Ultrasound; TAUS: Transabdominal Ultrasound; SPPS: Statistical Package for Social Science

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