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Title: Estimation of the influence of vegetovascular dystonia on pregnancy and act of delivery
Authors: Якушева, Анастасия Юрьевна
Лола, Наталья Владимировна
Затолока, Дарья Вячеславовна
Yakusheva, N.
Lola, N.
Zatoloka, D.
Keywords: vegetovascular dystonia
pregnancy
delivery
Issue Date: 24-May-2018
Publisher: KNMU
Citation: Yakusheva N. Estimation of the influence of vegetovascular dystonia on pregnancy and act of delivery / N. Yakusheva, N. Lola, D. Zatoloka // ISIC-2018 : [International Scientific Interdisciplinary Conference for medical students and young scientists, Kharkiv, 23–25 May, 2018] : abstract book / KNMU. – Kharkiv, 2018. – P. 191–192.
Abstract: Currently, the frequency of treatment of pregnant women to neurologists with symptoms of vegetovascular dystonia (VVD) is steadily increasing. This diagnosis can lead to various complications during pregnancy, during act of delivery and the postpartum period, to increase the numbers of perinatal mortality and childhood disability. A study of 96 pregnant women aged 17 to 42 years was conducted. The first group consisted of 66 women, who were observed with neurologists and therapists, diagnosed with vegetovascular dystonia, delivered during this pregnancy and in an anamnesis. The second group was a control group - 30 pregnant women. Patients underwent standard laboratory tests (general and biochemical blood analysis, general urine analysis, hormonal, bacteriological studies, coagulogram), cardiomonitor examination of the fetus and dopplerometric examination of utero-placental and fetoplacental blood flow rates. They also were examined by obstetrician-gynecologist, and a neurologist, an ophthalmologist, an anesthesiologist.
URI: http://repo.knmu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/21021
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