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Research Article

Maternal and Perinatal Outcome of Maternal Obesity at RSCM in 2014–2019

Table 1

Characteristics of subjects.

CharacteristicsN  = 111

Age (year)31.23 ± 5.346
Body weight (kg)85 (68–145)
Body mass index (BMI) (kg/m2)36 (30–63.6)
 Obese 139 (35.14%)
 Obese 239 (35.14%)
 Morbid obese33 (29.72%)
Gravid2 (1–8)
Parity1 (0–4)
Abortion0 (0–5)
Birth weight (gram)2,747 ± 1,092
Gestational age (week)37 (8–42)
Hemoglobin (g/dL)12.3 ± 1.62
Random blood glucose (mg/dL)105 (63–793)
APGAR score minute 18 (0–9)
APGAR score minute 59 (0–10)

Preterm birth
 Yes46 (41.4%)
 No65 (58.6%)

Diabetes mellitus
 Yes14 (12.6%)
 No97 (87.4%)

Preeclampsia
 Yes64 (57.7%)
 No47 (42.3%)

Premature rupture of membrane (PROM)
 Yes21 (18.9%)
 No90 (81.1%)

Delivery method
 Abortion3 (2.7%)
 Vaginal12 (10.8%)
 C-section96 (86.5%)

Postpartum care (mother)
 General ward107 (96.4%)
 Intensive care unit (ICU)4 (3.6%)

Postnatal care (baby)
 General ward72 (64.8%)
 NICU39 (35,1%)

Contraception
 None7 (6.3%)
 IUD83 (74.8%)
 Sterilization20 (18.0%)
 Implant1 (0.9%)