Survey of congenital malformation concerned to multiple factors in Al- Zahraa Hospital childbed and brats in Al-Najaf AL-Ashraf
AbstractObjectives This study was aimed to survey the number of congenital malformation in Najaf province throughout all data which be collected from hospital (age; sex; blood group; kind of delivery; weight neonates).Methods The present study was carried out on (120) congenial malformation in newborns cases in Najaf Obstetric Hospital; from period extend from August (2014) to March (2015). the age of their mother range from 15- to 45-years old.Results The higher percentage (49.7%) in the mothers at age was ranged (25–35) years exposed to congenital malformation. The gender percent in the males (n = 72), 59% more than females (n = 49), 40.3% the blood group of neonate was more infected with malformation which involved O+ blood group (n = 43), 36.1% and B+ blood group (n = 36), 30.3% the most common neonate congenital malformation were septicemia (n = 38), 31.9%, cardiovascular and respiratory system malformation (n = 29), 24.4%.The normal delivery was (n = 74), 62% and number of mothers was exposed to surgical operations (cesarean section) estimated (n = 45), 37.8% from the total number of the delivery mothers were suffered from congenital malformation in their neonates.Conclusion The male percentage was more risk than female in risk, also the blood group O+ and B+ more risk for anomalies cases. The ages of pregnant range (25–35) high ratio be ours babies to be anomalies.
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