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DEVELOPMENT OF PERINATAL MEDICINE IN UKRAINE IN THE CONTEXT OF INTERNATIONAL APPROACHES.

Wiad Lek 2021 ;74(3 cz 2):761-766

P.L.SHUPYK NATIONAL MEDICAL ACADEMY OF POST-GRADUATE EDUCATION, KYIV, UKRAINE.

Objective: The aim: To realize analysis and assessment of completeness and efficacy in the field of perinatal aid regionalization in Ukraine.

Patients And Methods: Materials and methods: A retrospective analysis has been carried out as well as assessment of inculcation steps concerning regionalization of perinatal health care in Ukraine according to the data of state and branch statistics and monitoring (in 2013-2017). The methods used here are systemic approach, bibliography method, and statistical data evaluation. Read More

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Clinical application of Medical Resonance Therapy Music in high-risk pregnancies.

Authors:
V N Sidorenko

Integr Physiol Behav Sci 2000 Jul-Sep;35(3):199-207

Mother and Child Health Institute of the Ministry of Health, Minsk, Belarus.

Music is an ancient method for healing. In the year 550 B.C. Read More

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[Ozone hemotherapy and endogenous intoxication in gestoses].

Lik Sprava 1999 Mar(2):107-8

The paper is concerned with the study of chief markers of endogenous intoxication such as bodily content of medium-weight molecules (MWM) in patients with grave forms of gestoses, as well as with quest for ways of initiating a correcting therapy. Results of complex studies permitted coming to the conclusion that endogenous intoxication in different forms of gestoses runs its course through stages. This validates not only MWM levels but peculiarities of their distribution in erythrocytes, blood plasma and urine of patients as well. Read More

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[Ozone hemotherapy and disorders of the functional energy competence of the cell membranes in gestoses].

Authors:
S A Ivanchenko

Lik Sprava 1998 Jul-Aug(5):96-8

A study made on biochemical mechanisms of metabolic abnormalities in grave forms of gestosis should allow some judgement about gravity of pathophysiological alterations developing in the patients' organism, efficiency of intensive therapy, and also attest to the need for instituting some additional corrective measures. Measured in the study were the principle indices for bodily metabolic homeostasis (LPO intensity, AOD, thiol metabolism) in physiological pregnancy and labor as well as in grave forms of gestoses (preeclampsia, gestational hypertension, eclampsia). The obtained results indicated that it is necessary that a specific correction of intracellular metabolism should be carried out in order that possible complications might be prevented. Read More

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January 1999

[Morphofunctional interrelationships between the placenta and the fetal kidneys in uncomplicated pregnancy and gestoses].

Arkh Patol 1992 ;54(8):18-23

A histostereometric study of the placenta and kidneys was performed in non-complicated pregnancy (37 cases) and gestoses (31 cases) during the second part of the pregnancy. Two big groups of alterations are distinguished characterizing functional morphology of placenta in gestoses: increased specific volume of the involutive-degenerative changes and decreased specific volume of the terminal villi this being the substrate of chronic placenta failure. Correlation analysis revealed an increase of positive and negative links between placental structures in gestoses. Read More

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February 1993

[Use of hyperbaric oxygenation in the prevention of functional uterine disorders in pregnant women with gestoses].

Akush Ginekol (Mosk) 1990 Jul(7):15-7

Rheography revealed abnormalities of uterine hemodynamics in 71 women with toxemia of pregnancy. Three-five hyperbaric oxygenation treatments as part of the management were found to be associated with a significant improvement of its efficacy and normalization of hemodynamic status. Longer regimens of hyperbaric oxygenation resulted in a persistent increase in peripheral vascular resistance. Read More

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[Effect of fenibut on the fetus and newborn infant after the treatment of gestoses].

Akush Ginekol (Mosk) 1989 May(5):48-52

A total of 78 pregnant females treated for late gestoses with phenibute (a tranquilizing nootropic preparation) were investigated. It was orally administered to pregnant females in a dose of 3.0-3. Read More

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[Enzyme immunoassay measurement of estrogens in EPH gestoses (author's transl)].

Jugosl Ginekol Opstet 1981 Dec;21(5-6):120-3

Investigations were made in 312 healthy gravidas, from 20 to 40 weeks of gestation, in order to establish normal values of serum and urinary estrogens. The study also included 210 gravidas with EPH gestosis classified into three groups according to symptomatology: mild EPH gestosis (98), moderate EPH gestosis (70), and severe EPH gestosis (42). Mild cases did not show any significant deviations from normal serum and urinary estrogen values. Read More

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December 1981

An endocrine model for the diagnosis of intrauterine growth retardation as demonstrated by the determination of total estrogen and pregnandiol 24-hour urinary excretion in 222 at risk pregnancies.

J Perinat Med 1975 ;3(4):248-59

A reliable method for surveillance of chronic impairment of nutritive placental function is described. The techniques are simple, tested for their reliability, without need for isotopes or special apparatus and hence inexpensive. Using 222 pregnancies at risk it is shown that the simultaneous determination of a fetal (estrogen) and a placental (pregnandiol) parameter makes the early diagnosis of intrauterine growth retardation possible. Read More

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