• Peculiarities of the uterine contractile activity in pregnant with mild preeclampsia at labor

Peculiarities of the uterine contractile activity in pregnant with mild preeclampsia at labor

HEALTH OF WOMAN. 2017.4(120):69–72; doi 10.15574/HW.2017.120.69

Abbasova N. V., Aliyeva E. M., Akhmed-zade V. A., Ismailova A. Dj.
Azerbaijan Medical University, Baku

The objective: to study the contractile activity of the uterus in pregnant with mild preeclampsia at labor.

Patients and methods. Was studies contractile activity of the uterus during the labor in 93 pregnant with mild preeclampsia. The average age of women was 25.24±0.42 (17–37 years). The duration of the clinical manifestation of mild preeclampsia was 3.2±0.1 (1 week). The contractile activity of the uterus was evaluated by the method of external cardiotocography.

Results.There was confirmed, that pregnant with mild preeclampsia had high indicators of uterine contractile activity at the latent phase, including intense of the cramps 43.78±2.32 mm Hg , duration of the cramps – 28.32±1.1 s, dutation of relaxation – 43.44±1.46 s, total duration of the cramps – 71.76±1.27 s, duration of the uterine cycle – 66.55±0.28 s. And this leads to significant decreasing of the duration of the latent phase 1.24±0.11 hour, and decreasing of the total labor time (9.18±0.22 hours) appropriately.

Conclusion.  In  parturient women with mild preeclampsia, high rates of  contractile activity of the  uterus in the latent phase, what significantly reduce the duration of the latent phase, and the total duration of labor as well.

Key words: mild preeclampsia, contractile activity of the uterus, latent phase of the labor, active phase of the labor, intranatal cardiotocography.

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