Obstetrics

Undesirable changes in the central nervous system and blood from pregnant women. Prevention and treatment of pre-eclampsia.

Undesirable changes in the central nervous system and blood from pregnant women. Prevention and treatment of pre-eclampsia....

Adverse changes in the central nervous system in pregnant women are often accompanied by cerebral edema and increased intracranial pressure. It is also characterized by narrowing of the blood vessels of the brain. Cerebral ischemia due to a combination of the above factors can cause attacks of eclampsia. Bleeding in the brain develops as a consequence of hypertension. Complex of variety of neurological signs and symptoms in this desease - headache, vomiting, destruction of, confusion, increased reflexes and clonuses. Pathological changes in the blood of pregnant women can be so: Thrombocytopenia. Hemolysis and anemia. Coagulopathy - usually with severe forms of the disease with hepatic insufficiency. ICE (problems with blood clotting) is rare, usually in combination ...
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