2001
DOI: 10.1590/s0100-72032001000900002
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Abstract: Objetivo: avaliar o papel da ultra-sonografia obstétrica de rotina no rastreamento pré-natal de cardiopatias congênitas ou arritmias graves e os fatores envolvidos na sua acurácia. Métodos: a amostra foi constituída de 77 neonatos ou lactentes internados no Instituto de Cardiologia do Rio Grande do Sul no período de maio a outubro de 2000, com diagnóstico pós-natal confirmado de cardiopatia estrutural ou arritmia grave, que tinham sido submetidos, durante a vida fetal, a pelo menos uma ultra-sonografia obstétr… Show more

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“…However, despite the great advances made over the decades, an inadequacy of the ultrasound diagnosis of fetal defects still occurs. For example, the frequency of detection of congenital heart defects appears to be well below than that recommended in the literature, ranging from 8% to 19% [Oliveira et al, 1997;Bacaltchuk et al, 2001;Rosa et al, 2008]. In our sample, about one-third of patients who undergoing to obstetrical ultrasound (35%) had an exam considered normal, and there were no reports of prenatal identification of patients.…”
Section: Discussioncontrasting
confidence: 51%
“…However, despite the great advances made over the decades, an inadequacy of the ultrasound diagnosis of fetal defects still occurs. For example, the frequency of detection of congenital heart defects appears to be well below than that recommended in the literature, ranging from 8% to 19% [Oliveira et al, 1997; Bacaltchuk et al, 2001; Rosa et al, 2008]. In our sample, about one‐third of patients who undergoing to obstetrical ultrasound (35%) had an exam considered normal, and there were no reports of prenatal identification of patients.…”
Section: Discussioncontrasting
confidence: 52%
“…This study showed that 60.9% of pregnant women had a maximum of six prenatal visits, only 39.2% had more than six prenatal visits, and the infants who died due to heart diseases had not been prenatally diagnosed. It is worth noting that, even with prenatal care and obstetrical echography, the prenatal detection rate of heart disease is very low 21 .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…No existe diferencia estadísticamente significativa en la distribución de los criterios de riesgo maternos ni fetales asociadas a cardiopatías congénitas detectadas, entre los periodos pre AUGE y AUGE (p=0,1049 y p=0,5737, respectivamente) gran mayoría de las mujeres consideradas de "alto riesgo" cursan sus embarazos sin presentar mayores problemas (8). Esto confirmado por trabajos que han descrito la ausencia de factores de riesgo materno hasta en un 92% de los fetos con CC y apenas un 10% de las CC se presentan en embarazadas con factores de riesgo (18,19). Concordando con lo antes descrito, en nuestro estudio se detectaron recién nacidos con CC tanto en el periodo pre AUGE como en el AUGE, proveniente de madres sin factores de riesgo para CC (63% y 67%).…”
Section: Tabla III B Distribución Del Tipo De Cardiopatías Congénitasunclassified