• Dynamics of indicators of hemostatic system as prognostic criteria consequences of ART programs

Dynamics of indicators of hemostatic system as prognostic criteria consequences of ART programs

HEALTH OF WOMAN. 2016.5(111):165–170; doi 10.15574/HW.2016.111.165

S. Zhuk, V. Vorobey-Vykhivska
Shupyk National Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education, Kiev, Ukraine

The article deals with the insurense of haemostatic system on the ART result.
The objective: of the study was to establish the relationships between the state of hemostasis in dynamics during the ART program and its results.
Patients and methods. The study involved 130 women who underwent infertility treatment through IVF. The dynamics of hemostasis indicators for ART programs is investigated.
Results. The trend to a hypercoagulable state in women with failed attempts of IVF is fined. Risk factors ART failure due to hemostasis disorders is established.
Conclusions. The evolution of the hemostatic system is an important prognostic criteria on the outcome of ART programs. The lack of signs of a hypercoagulable state can be considered a prerequisite for pregnancy. Dynamic monitoring of hemostasis within ART programs will take timely measures on correction of the hemostatic system and to some extent influence the effects of treatment.
Key words: infertility, hemostasis, assisted reproductive technology.
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