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J Ardabil Univ Med Sci 2005, 5(3): 260-265 Back to browse issues page
The Effect of Betamethasone on Early Onest of Complications of Surgical Incision in Elective Cesareans
Fariba Kahnamouei Aghdam , Farnaz Ehdayivand, FARIDE Mostafazadeh, GODRAT Akhavan Akbary, Mohammad Sadeghi
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  Background & Objectives: Respiatory Distress Synderome (RDS) is one of the major risks of elective cesarian section whose negative health and econemical outcomes are obvious. Maternal prophylactic injection of corticosteroid drugs can reduce RDS of neonate to some extent. On the other hand corticosteroid drugs have some side effects such as delay in the healing of the incision. This study considered the effect of betamethasone on surgical incision.

  Methods: This study was conducted on 60 primipara women divied into two equal groups that were candidate for elective cesarean. We injected betamethasone (IM) to trial group twice 48 hours poior to operation, (every 24 hours) and complication of surgical incision was clinically evaluated within 7 days after operation in both groups. The data were collected and analyzed by SPSS software chi-square and Fisher tests.

  Results: Most patients (60%) were 20-30 years old and the average age in both groups was 21. The relative frequency of patients with complication of surgical incision in trial group (betamethasone recipients) was 30% and in control group was 23.33% (the difference between them was not statistically significant). The most common complications were erythema and hyperemia. Other complications observed in 15% of the patients included serousal discharge, local warmness and enduration. Rgarding these complications also there wasn’t a statistically significant difference between two groups.

  Conclusion: Betamethasone does not increase early onest complications of surgical incision and we can safely use betamethasone prophylactically for fetal maturion in elective cesareans.

Keywords: Elective Cesarean, Betamethasone, Incision Complications
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Received: 2005/01/4 | Accepted: 2005/10/17 | Published: 2006/03/12
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Kahnamouei Aghdam F, Ehdayivand F, Mostafazadeh F, Akhavan Akbary G, Sadeghi M. The Effect of Betamethasone on Early Onest of Complications of Surgical Incision in Elective Cesareans . J Ardabil Univ Med Sci. 2005; 5 (3) :260-265
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