Figure 1A: 19 weeks pregnant patient with severe oligohydramnios due to premature rupture of membranes

Figure 1B:M mode shows no cardiac activity after intracardiac KCL injection

Figure 2A:Ultrasound of head of 19 week fetus showing holoprosencephaly

Figure 2B:M mode shows no cardiac activity after intracardiac KCL injection

Figure 3A:Transvaginal ultrasound shows Caesarian Scar pregnancy with empty uterine cavity

Figure 3B:Transvaginal ultrasound shows increased vascularity on colour doppler at the scar site

Figure 3C:Post Intracardiac KCL, No Cardiac activity and reduced colour flow on colour Doppler seen

S. No
Ultrasound Gestational age(Weeks)
Indication for TOP
Indication for intracardiac KCL
KCL
(mL)
1
17+1
Severe oligohydramnios with multiple congenital malformations
Placenta Previa
1.5
2
19
PROM with severe oligohydramnios
Placenta Previa
2
3
17+5
Intake of abortifacient drugs
Placenta Previa
1
4
19
Holoprosencephaly
Placenta Previa
3
5
10+4
Scar pregnancy
Scar pregnancy
0.5
6
18+3
Anencephaly
Placenta Previa
2.5
7
18
Abortifacient drugs
Large fibroid in lower uterine segment
2.5
8
18+5
Multiple congenital malformations
Placenta Previa
2
Table 1: PROM: Premature rupture of membranes