FACTORS THAT MAY LEAD TO A HIGH-RISK PREGNANCY INCLUDE:

Pregnancy with 

·        Advanced maternal age (≥35 years), elderly primigravida

·        Obesity

·        Preeclampsia & Eclampsia

·        History of pregnancy loss, intrauterine fetal death or the death of a baby shortly after birth

·        Medical conditions such as 

Ø  Diabetes

Ø  High blood pressure

Ø  Thyroid disease

Ø  kidney disease

Ø  Heart problem

Ø  Asthma

Ø  Liver disease

Ø  Mental disorder

Ø  SLE

Ø  Rh negative, anemia, blood cancer

Ø  Thalassemia

·        Multiple pregnancy

·        Fetal growth restriction

·        Birth defect

·        Oligohydramnios & Polyhydramnios

·        Pre term labor

·        Premature rupture of membranes

·        Prolonged history of infertility

·        Fibroid uterus

·        Ovarian tumor

·        Uterine cancer

·        Breast Cancer

Key components of High-risk pregnancy care services:

•             Multidisciplinary Care Team

•             Risk Assessment

•             Personalized Care Plans

•             Frequent Prenatal Monitoring

•             Advanced Imaging

•             Genetic Counseling and Testing

•             Medication Management

•             Nutritional Guidance

•             Preventive Measures

•             Delivery Planning

•             Neonatal Care

•             Emotional Support

•             Continuous Monitoring etc.

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We are the pioneers in treating high risk pregnancies – we determine the cause of maternal complications, fetal loss / abnormality and treat patients accordingly.

We feel very happy and proud to be given the opportunity to play a role in your parenthood. Our doctors, nurses, and other staff members are readily available to attend to your needs anytime throughout the pregnancy.

We offer:

    • Pre-conception counseling and relevant investigations

    • Chromosomal analysis

    • Genetic testing such as chorionic villus sampling and amniocentesis for detection of

  1. Thalassemia
  2. Down’s syndrome, Trisomy13 &18
  3. Other chromosomal and genetic abnormalities

    • Assessment of fetal growth, fetal doppler and biophysical profile

    • 4D USG for detection of fetal congenital abnormality as early as the 11th -13th week of pregnancy

    • Delivery service: including 24 hours emergency services

    • Caesarean Section (C/S)

    • Normal Vaginal delivery

    • Specialized care for patients with:

  1. Medical disorders, e.g. heart disease, diabetes, hypertension, asthma, preclampsia, thalassemia, thyroid disorder, hepatitis in pregnancy, SLE, etc.
  2. Repeated pregnancy loss, intrauterine fetal death, IUGR, and congenital abnormal baby

High-risk pregnancy care services provided by us encompass a range of specialized medical interventions, monitoring, and support to ensure the well-being of expectant mothers and their babies when facing increased risks during pregnancy. Here is an overview of the services typically offered by this hospital for high-risk pregnancies:

1. Multidisciplinary Care Team: Our high-risk pregnancy unit assemble a skilled team of healthcare professionals, including maternal-fetal medicine specialists (perinatologists), obstetricians, neonatologists, genetic counselors, nurses, and other specialists. This team collaborates to provide comprehensive care tailored to each patient’s unique situation.

2. Risk Assessment: The medical team conducts a thorough assessment of the factors contributing to the high-risk nature of the pregnancy. This assessment include evaluating maternal health history, medical conditions, previous pregnancy complications, and other relevant factors.

3. Personalized Care Plans: Based on the risk assessment, a personalized care plan is developed for the expectant mother. This plan outlines the recommended monitoring, interventions, and treatments necessary to manage the specific risks associated with the pregnancy.

4. Frequent Prenatal Monitoring: High-risk pregnancies often require more frequent prenatal visits to closely monitor the mother’s health and the baby’s growth and development. Additional ultrasounds, blood tests, and specialized screenings may be conducted to ensure the well-being of both mother and baby.

5. Advanced Imaging: Hospital provides advanced ultrasound and imaging techniques to assess fetal growth, anatomy, and potential complications in high-risk pregnancies.

6. Genetic Counseling and Testing: Genetic counselors offer counseling and genetic testing to assess the risk of genetic disorders, birth defects, or chromosomal abnormalities, in pregnancies with known risk factors.

7. Medication Management: Some medical conditions associated with high-risk pregnancies may require medication management to control symptoms and minimize risks. The medical team carefully selects and monitor medications to ensure the safety of both the mother and the baby.

8. Nutritional Guidance: Nutritional counseling is often provided to ensure that the expectant mother maintains a healthy diet that supports her well-being and the baby’s development.

9. Preventive Measures: High-risk pregnancy care focuses on prevention and early intervention to mitigate potential complications. This proactive approach aims to ensure the best possible outcomes for both the mother and the baby.

10. Delivery Planning: This Hospital is equipped to manage potential complications during labor and delivery. Delivery plans are developed to address the specific needs and risks associated with the pregnancy.

11. Neonatal Care: High-risk pregnancy units are prepared to provide immediate neonatal care, including neonatal intensive care units (NICUs), to support babies who may require extra medical attention due to prematurity or other complications.

12. Emotional Support: High-risk pregnancies can be emotionally challenging for expectant mothers and their families. Hospital offers counseling, emotional support, and resources to help manage stress and anxiety throughout the pregnancy journey.

13. Continuous Monitoring: The medical team closely monitors the progress of the pregnancy and adjusts the care plan as needed to address any changes or emerging concerns.

High-risk pregnancy care services provided by this hospital aims to provide comprehensive, specialized, and patient-centered support to ensure the health and well-being of both expectant mothers and their babies. The multidisciplinary approach and advanced medical resources available helps manage potential complications and improve outcomes for high-risk pregnancies.


BACC Hospital

69/R, Panthapath (Opposite Bashundhara City Complex), Bangladesh , Dhaka, Bangladesh
 
01717-243915
 
Email: bacchospital@gmail.com

Service Hours

24/7 Emergency.  24/7 Pharmacy.