Abstract

Purpose: Effect of Castor oil on induction of labour in tertiary care centre. Materials and methods: 190 Patients admitted to labour ward of obg in mdm hospital jodhpur for induction of labour Castor oil was administered in 2 doses form in 18-24hrs interval and every given dose is 50 ml (47.75gm) in 200 ml of warm milk. Antiemetic drug was given 30 minutes prior to administered castor oil to minimize nausea and vomiting. Inclusion criteria was gestational age between >37 to 42 weeks plus intact membranes or amniotic fluid index >4 and regular fetal heart rate, normal fetal movements or reactive non stress test (NST), modified Bishop’s score of ≤5 and estimated fetal weight 2.5 to 4kg. Results: The frequency of labor initiation in the castor oil user was 57.8% and according to various authors in their studies frequency of labor initiation after castor oil administration. and not induce labor was observed in 42.10% and majority of women 84 (44.21%) delivered at our tertiary care centre belongs to age group 23 -27 yrs. in the castor oil user.

How to Cite
REKHA ASERI, DR. PANKAJ KUMAR SOLANKI, Dr.. Effect of Castor Oil on Induction of Labour in Tertiary Care Centre. Global Journal of Medical Research, [S.l.], apr. 2022. ISSN 2249-4618. Available at: <https://medicalresearchjournal.org/index.php/GJMR/article/view/2670>. Date accessed: 06 july 2022.


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