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if AFI less than 5 cm indication for C section ?


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one more thing,

patient iwth dirty wound + history of Td 12 years
what will you give ?
Td
Td with Ig
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It depends on other factors. However, with a BPP of 8 with oligohydramnios most likely answer is delivery (doesn't have to be CS-as it depends on maternal and fetal factors. Look here for the discussion as this topic is not covered well among the review books.

Second Q- It's Td with Ig (or DTaP with Ig if the patient hasn't had received it according to guidelines)
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if AFI less than 5 cm indication for C section ?


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one more thing,

patient iwth dirty wound + history of Td 12 years
what will you give ?
Td
Td with Ig
Oligohydramnios is an indication for delivery asap, because that baby is suffering and getting slammed against the Uterus.

The second thing. IF you have a dirty wound + pretty ancient Td you have to give both the toxoid and the immunoglobulin
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