A high risk pregnancy is that with a significant probability for a poor maternal and fetal outcome. In some cases these are recognized in the initial prenatal office visit because they have a poor obstetrical history or a well recognized medical complication. In other cases women becomes high risk pregnancies because they develop unexpected complications in the course of otherwise normal pregnancies.
These patients require sophisticated maternal and fetal surveillance and in many cases difficult decision making in order to optimize their outcome.
Chronic hypertension, Gestational diabetes, Anemia, Rh Alloimmunization, Cardiac and Renal Diseases etc….