Debjyoti Santra

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OBJECTIVE To assess the safety and efficacy of a low-dose magnesium sulfate regimen for the management of eclampsia in Indian women. METHODS A loading dose consisting of 3g of magnesium sulfate intravenously plus 5g intramuscularly (2.5g in each buttock) was followed by 2.5g intramuscularly every 4hours, for 24hours beyond the last seizure. In a first(More)
Acute puerperal uterine inversion is a rare and fatal complication after delivery. The first priority is its rapid management and prevention of postpartum hemorrhage. On rare occasions, there may be recurrence of inversion after reduction. We applied Hayman technique to two cases of recurrent uterine inversion.
OBJECTIVE To study the impact of nonobstetric genital tract injury (NOGTI) in rural India. METHODS A prospective observational study of 52 consecutive women admitted with NOGTIs caused by voluntary coitus or accidental injury. Details of the causes of trauma, clinical presentations, and management were recorded. RESULTS A total of 17 women (32.7%)(More)
AIM To investigate any correlation between plasma levels of lipid peroxides, antioxidant nutrient (alpha-tocopherol) and oxidized high-density lipoprotein (HDL) in patients with gestational diabetes and those with a normal pregnancy and the incidence of pre-eclampsia. METHODS Sixty pregnant women attending an antenatal clinic were recruited for the study(More)
Objective: The present study was planned to access the efficacy of Hour Glass compression suture which is easy, can be applied faster and avoids the need of hysterectomy in patients with atonic postpartum hemorrhage. Materials and methods: This observational study was carried out from Jan 2010 to October 2012 at Gynaecology and Obstetrics Departments,(More)
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