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Publisher: Ivano-Frankivsk National Medical University
Journal: Galician Medical Journal
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: hemostasis system, thrombophilia, R, pregnancy; hemostasis system; fetal loss syndrome; thrombophilia, pregnancy, Medicine, fetal loss syndrome
The results of studying the status of hemostasis system in pregnant women with fetal loss syndrome and thrombophilia are demonstrated. The objective of the research was to study the peculiarities of hemostasis system in pregnant women with fetal loss syndrome on the background of thrombophilia. Materials and methods. There were examined 60 pregnant women with fetal loss syndrome and thrombophilia and 30 healthy pregnant women without aggravated anamnesis. All women underwent examination using clinical and laboratory methods. Results and discussion. The disorders of the vascular-platelet and coagulation elements of hemostatic process being characterized by hypercoagulation, reduction in natural anticoagulants, intensification of thrombosis processes were determined. Conclusions. In pregnant women with fetal loss syndrome on the background of thrombophilia disorders of the vascular-thrombocytic and coagulation elements of hemostatic process were observed.
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