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APPLICATION OF ANTIHYPOXANTS IN THE CORRECTION OF ANTENATAL HYPOXIA BASED ON ITS MORPHOLOGICAL AND FUNCTIONAL DATA

Journal: Journal of Clinical and Experimental Medical Research(JC&EMR) (Vol.1, No. 1)

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Page : 13-21

Keywords : antenatal hypoxia; antihypoxant drugs; cardiomyocytes; peptides; neurotransmitters;

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Abstract

The problem of hypoxia for many years is very relevant and attracts the attention of physiologists and clinicians in terms of the mechanisms of various pathological conditions. Effects of antenatal hypoxia in the infants depend on the severity of exposure, individual tolerance and the age of fetus. In the literature, there is a large amount of data on the effect of antenatal hypoxia during last trimester of pregnancy on the development of the newborn. There is a reduction of oxygen supply to the parts of the body below required for adequate perfusion. At present researchers think about application of a number of regulatory peptides and their constellation to correct the consequences of shock states, including antenatal hypoxia. Cardioprotective effect is achieved due to sufficient energy supply, which helps to maintain normal cardiac contractility. Research and application of new antioxidant drugs in cardiology practice that can enhance the effectiveness of treatment of patients with myocardial infarction are highly relevant.

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