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Journal: I.P. Pavlov Russian Medical Biological Herald (Vol.25, No. 1)

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Page : 97-102

Keywords : pregnancy; childbirth; varicose veins; complications;

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Aim: impact evaluation of varicose disease on delivering. Materials and methods: analyzed the delivery in 12 women with varicose disease (study group) and 12 patients without pathology of the venous system. Results: an increase in the frequency of premature rupture of in patients of the main group (66,7%) compared with patients in the control group (25,0%). Significant differences perineal rupture degree I-II patients of both groups [58,3% (study group) against 33,3% (control group)]. The frequency of abnormal blood loss (ABL) (400 ml) in the study group was observed in 4 (33,3%) patients, while patients in the control group did not have a ABL (p<0,001). There was also a statistically distinguishable (p<0,001), the frequency of premature placental abruption (16,7% in the study group, 0% - in the control) and postpartum endometritis (8,3% in the main group, 0% - in the control).

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