Samrakshan is a National Project of the Indian Radiological and Imaging Association (IRIA) that aims to reduce perinatal mortality in India through an approach that integrates Fetal Doppler studies with routine antenatal screening in each trimester of pregnancy. A customized risk is estimated for each pregnant woman based on these assessments. The project was conceived and founded by Dr Rijo Mathew Choorakuttil who was the first national coordinator for this project that was initiated by IRIA during the presidentship of Dr Hemant Patel.
The program aims to reduce perinatal mortality in India through an approach that focuses on
- Integrating fetal Doppler studies with routine trimester-specific antenatal scans in pregnancy
- Determining a customized risk assessment for preterm pre-eclampsia and fetal growth restriction for each pregnant woman
- Protocol-based management for Preterm Pre-eclampsia and Fetal Growth Restriction
Upload Trimester Specific Data for Studies aimed at finding answers that can reduce perinatal mortality in India