tailieunhanh - Seroprevalence of TORCH infections in pregnant women with bad obstetric history in and around Kakinada Town, India

Pregnant women in India belonging to low socio-economic group are exposed to a variety of infections due to poor hygiene and environment. Though placental barrier prevents some microbes crossing from maternal into fetal circulation, TORCH agents cross the barrier and result in various clinical conditions. Objectives of the study are to study the seroprevalence of TORCH infections in pregnant women with Bad obstetric history (BOH) and also to know the outcome of these infections in newborn. This study was done on 120 pregnant women with Bad Obstetric History and 60 pregnant women with normal obstetric history attending Antenatal OP. | Seroprevalence of TORCH infections in pregnant women with bad obstetric history in and around Kakinada Town India

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