• Preventive maintenance incompetence pregnancy at women with chronic endometritum in anamnesis

Preventive maintenance incompetence pregnancy at women with chronic endometritum in anamnesis

HEALTH OF WOMAN. 2016.7(113):112–114 
 

Preventive maintenance incompetence pregnancy at women with chronic endometritum in anamnesis


Boyko V. I., Radko V. Ju.

Medical Institute of Sumy state University of Ministry of education of Ukraine


The objective: frequency decrease incompetence and perinatal pathologies at women with chronic endometritum in anamnesis on the basis of studying clinical-ehografical, endocrinological, microbiological and morphological changes, and also improvement of treatment-and-prophylactic actions.


Patients and methods. With chronic endometritum clinical-functional and laboratory research of 80 women is conducted in the anamnesis which have been divided on two groups: 1 group – 40 women with chronic endometritum in anamnesis which received the standard treatment-and-prophylactic actions; 2 group – 40 women with chronic endometritum in anamnesis which have been spent by the technique of preventive maintenance developed by us incompetence; control group have made 20 firstlabour without obstetrical and somatic pathology and without the burdened reproductive anamnesis.


Results. Use of offered treatment-and-prophylactic actions allows to lower frequency incompetence in 2 times; premature birth in 4,4 times; placentary dysfunction in 1.7 times; distress of fetus in 2.9 times; asfixia of newborns of average and heavy degree in 3 times and perinatal losses in 4 times.


Conclusion. The use of the proposed treatment-and-preventive method in women with HO history allows not only to significantly reduce the incidence of spontaneous abortion in the first trimester, but also to improve obstetric and perinatal outcomes of delivery.


Key words: incompetence, preventive maintenance, chronic endometritum.


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