- October 15, 2017 at 10:11 #3721
Intraamniotic infection as a chorioamnionitis may cause adverse neonatal outcomes and significant maternal and neonatal morbidity; therefore, it should be diagnosed and treated quickly. However, diagnosis is problematic and health care providers frequently err of the side of treatment when an intraamniotic infection is suspected. The treatment includes antibiotic therapy to manage the intrauterine infection and antipyretics.
Remedy for chorioamnionitis is receiving the infected products of conception. The overtreatment might have unhealthy effects on both the mother and the neonate. Lately, new terminology has suggested and restricted the word “chorioamnionitis” to pathologic diagnosis. The brand new terminology includes isolated maternal fever in addition to intrauterine inflammation, infection or both.
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