• Lubna Latif Al-Aleem Medical College. Gulab Devi Teaching Hospital
  • Dr. Nargis Iqbal Al-Aleem Medical College - Gulab Devi Teaching Hospital
  • Dr. Nosheen Salman Al-Aleem Medical College- Gulab Devi Teaching Hospital
  • Dr. Mehreen Nisar Al-Aleem Medical College - Gulab Devi Teaching Hospital
Keywords: Mitral Stenosis, Pregnant Women


Objectives: To determine the fetal and maternal outcome in Women with Mitral Stenosis.

Methodology: A retrospective descriptive study was conducted in  Obstetrics and Gynecology department of Al-Aleem Medical College attached with Gulab Devi Educational Complex Lahore from 1st April 2018 to 31st March 2019. All admitted pregnant ladies with Mitral stenosis (mild, moderate and severe) were enrolled in the study.

Results: A total of forty cases were enrolled in this study. The Mean age of  woman was 28.3 ± 2.5 years. Twenty one women (52.5%) were 20 – 29 years. Out of 40 women, 33 (82.5%) were multiparous, and 7 (17.5%) were Primi-gravida as shown in Table 1. Majority of the women 22(55.0%) were having moderate and 13 women (32.5%) were suffering from severe mitral stenosis as shown in Table 2. Lower segment caesarean was the common mode of delivery in 25 (62.5%) and spontaneous vaginal delivery was conducted in 15 (37.5%) as shown in Table 3. Neonatal and Maternal outcome was shown in Tables 4 and 5.


Conclusions: Pregnancy with mitral stenosis has a strong link with poor feto-maternal outcome.