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Diagnostics and endoscopic treatment of anomalies of development of uterus

HEALTH OF WOMAN. 2018.8(134):94–97; doi 10.15574/HW.2018.134.94

 Zabolotin A. V
Shupyk National Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education, Kiev

The objective: rising of efficiency of expeditious treatment of women with anomalies of development of uterus on the basis of scientific justification and introduction of advanced algorithm of diagnostic and treatment-and-prophylactic actions.

Materials and research methods. We surveyed 50 women of genesial age with anomalies of development of uterus (the main group) and 30 women of genesial age without anomalies of development of a uterus (control group). The complex of the conducted researches included clinical, ehografical, endoscopic, laboratory and statistical methods.

Results. Results of the conducted researches testify that use of the algorithm improved by us allows to normalize condition of all links of systemic hemostasis that frequency depression is promoted by the trombogemorragical of complications and to improvement of recovery treatment after laparoscopic gynecologic operations of women with anomalies of development of uterus.

Conclusion. Use of the differentiated approach to expeditious treatment of anomalies of development of uterus in combination with advanced algorithm of treatment-and-prophylactic actions allows to reduce duration of operation by 7.5% and an operational hemorrhage for 10.0%, and also to prevent development the trombogemorragical of complications.

Key words: anomalies of development of uterus, diagnostics, endoscopic treatment.


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