• Forecasting and preventive maintenance of the stood pregnancy in late terms at women with virus infections

Forecasting and preventive maintenance of the stood pregnancy in late terms at women with virus infections

HEALTH OF WOMAN.2016.7(113):94–96; doi 10.15574/HW.2016.113.94 
 

Forecasting and preventive maintenance of the stood pregnancy in late terms at women with virus infections


Sadigov J. M.

Uzhgorod national University


The objective: frequency decrease perinatal pathologies at women-nositelnits of a virus infection (HSV-2 and CMV) on the basis of studying clinical-ehografical, immunological, microbiological and virologic features, and also working out and introductions of complex treatment-and-prophylactic and forecasting actions.


Patients and methods. On І a stage the technique of forecasting of the stood pregnancy on the basis of complex clinical-laboratory inspection of 729 women carriers of HSV and CMV has been developed. On ІІ a stage 100 women with the stood pregnancy in anamnesis which are carriers of HSV and CMV have been surveyed and received various techniques of treatment-and-prophylactic actions.


Results. Results of the spent researches testify that the offered complex approach to the decision of an object in view and problems, since pregravidare stage and an extent of all gestatione period, allows to improve essentially obstetrical and perinartal outcomes of delivery at pregnant women carriers CMV and HSV, with the stood pregnancy in the anamnesis. Considering insufficient efficiency of the standard treatment-and-prophylactic actions by us the new algorithm pregravidare preparation and conducting pregnancy at women carriers of CMV and HSV is offered.


Conclusion. The received clinical, functional, laboratory, microbiological and virologic results confirm high efficiency of this technique that grants to us is right to recommend it for wide use in practical public health services.


Key words: the stood pregnancy, a virus infection, preventive maintenance, forecasting.


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