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Selecting management of pregnant women with pre-eclampsia associated with thrombophilia


Выбор тактики ведения беременных с преэклампсией, ассоциированной с тромбофилией

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Лоскутова Т.А. Выбор тактики ведения беременных с преэклампсией, ассоциированной с тромбофилией // Universum: Медицина и фармакология : электрон. научн. журн. 2013. № 1(1). URL: http://7universum.com/en/med/archive/item/321 (дата обращения: 09.12.2016).
 
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Keywords: preeclampsia, pregnancy, prognosis, complications, thrombophilia, gene polymorphism, risk group, obstetrics management

 

АННОТАЦИЯ

Проведена разработка способа прогнозирования акушерских и перинатальных осложнений у беременных с преэклампсией, ассоциированной с тромбофилией. Расчет вероятности развития осложнений при преэклампсии, ассоциированной с тромбофилией, позволяет выявить беременных группы высокого риска развития осложнений и определить возможный срок продолжения беременность. Родоразрешение показано при вероятности развития осложнений более 0,632 и/или при появлении признаков ухудшения состояния плода или матери, после профилактики респираторного дистресc-синдрома плода.

ABSTRACT

А method of forecasting obstetric and perinatal complications in pregnant women with pre-eclampsia associated with thrombophilia was developed. The calculation of the probability of complications in pre-eclampsia, associated with thrombophilia, can detect pregnant women with high risk of complications and to determine the possible term of pregnancy prolongation. Delivery is indicated if the risk of complications is over 0,632 and/or when the signs of the aggravation of the fetus or the mother are registered and after the prevention activities of fetus respiratory distress syndrome.

 


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Лоскутова Татьяна Александровна Loskutova Tatyana Alexandrovna

канд.мед.наук, доцент кафедры акушерства и гинекологии ГУ Днепропетровская медицинская академия МОЗ Украины, Украина, г. Днепропетровск

PhD, assistant professor in obstetrics and gynecology department. State Institution «Dnepropetrovsk Medical Academy of Ministry of Health of Ukraine», Ukraine, Dnepropetrovsk


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