Poster Session

P201. Depressive syndrome secondary to spontaneous abortion and its correlation with the clinical history of the patients treated in the gynecology and obstetrics service at Dr. Dario Fernandez Fierro Hospital Mexico City



ABSTRACT Context and Objective. The spontaneous abortion is defined as pregnancy loss before 22 weeks of gestation. 1 to 16% of clinically diagnosed pregnancies are lost during the first quarter. The abortion is always a psychic trauma for women. Different psychopathological manifestations of spontaneous abortion, especially the depressive form. The mental symptoms of patients, are often forgotten by the physician and / or healthcare team. Methods, patient interventions. The Zung Depression Escale was used in patients who were admitted to the service of Gynecology and Obstetrics Hosp. Gen. “Dr. Dario Fernandez Fierro" ISSSTE, in a period of 6 months to detect a based-depressive syndrome. Subsequently, the Beck Depression Inventory was applied to patients attending the postpartum follow-up consultation for the detection of new cases of depression a month after obstetric event Main outcome Measure and Results. 55 Patients with an age range of 14-45 years, who were treated at the Gynecology and Obstetrics service with a diagnosis of spontaneous abortion. Of the patients treated 6 patients had depression prior to obstetric event. Later in the outpatient postpartum 19 new cases of depression were found, were predominantly mild depression. A correlation between patients with positive results were found in the EDZ and then positive results in the BDI. Conclusions. Patients who present with spontaneous abortion, have an abortion after depressive symptoms, and their most common form of mild depression, which can detect a post-obstetric event month.