Objective: The aim of this study is High risk pregnancies & implications of color Doppler. Total 100 were selected with purposive sampling technique, (50 cases) study group of high risk pregnancy taken into the study & compared with an equal number of women with normal pregnancy without complication.
Result: In our study we found, maximum cases in age group of 24-34 i.e. 49% in group A whereas in group B 43% in more than 34 age group. 41% normal in group A whereas 27% in group B. C-section 79% in group a & 21% in group B. Emergency caesarean section was uncommon in subjects with normal Doppler USG than those of with abnormal Doppler USG and also from group B.
Conclusion: In high risk women like pre eclampsia, diabetes & IUGR. Color Doppler flow velocimetry done repeatedly can predict address foetal events with a great degree of accuracy. Results obtained in study where clinically & statistically significant. Every tertiary hospital should routinely make use of facility for the assessment of fetal wellbeing in high risk cases & ensure a better perinatal outcome.
Color Doppler can be used as most effective for fetal surveillance in high risk pregnancy cases. Most importantly it helps in guiding early intervention and outcome.
High risk pregnancy, Color Doppler, Fetal outcome, pre-eclampsia, Intra uterine growth retardation, Perinatal outcome