Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy may impact the mother and fetus. It is understood that care guided by findings
generated from rigorous scientific method for pregnant women and fetus consists of gold standard in health care A Cross
sectional Descriptive Retrospective study was undertaken to determine the perinatal outcomes and its associated risk
factors among 135 hypertensive pregnant women admitted in Modern Government Maternity Hospital and Gandhi
Hospital, Hyderabad. Telangana, India through purposive sampling. The data was collected and documented from the
hypertensive pregnant women retrospectively through a semi-structured interview schedule and record review over a
period of one month. Of the total participants, 52.6% were primigravida and 70% had more than four antenatal visits.
The mean age was 24.57 years. The mean age at marriage and menarche was 20.71 years and 11.73 years respectively.
Ninety five percentages underwent caesarean section.None of the samples had habits of alcoholism, smoking,
exercise and tobacco chewing. The midwife’s role is fundamental to improve the quality of care and to optimize both
maternal and perinatal outcomes associated these conditions.