Objective: Umbilical cord prolapsus (UCP) is a rare emergency event that complicates pregnancy. Although it occurs rarely, the increment of maternal-fetal morbidity and mortality can be encountered in pregnancies complicated by UCP. The decrement in the rate of this complication can be obtained with early diagnosis and appropriate treatment. The aim of this study is to determine the fetal-maternal morbidity and mortality rates of pregnancies complicated with umbilical cord prolapsus. Design: Retrospective analysis.