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TOXICOSIS AND HESTOSIS OF PREGNANT WOMEN

Toxicoses and gestosis of pregnant women include pathological conditions that occur only during pregnancy and, as a rule, disappear after its termination or in the early postpartum period.

Complications associated with pregnancy can occur in the early stages of pregnancy, often in the first 3 months, then they are called toxicosis. If clinical symptoms are most pronounced in the II and III trimesters, then most often we are talking about gestosis.

For most forms of toxicosis, dyspeptic disorders and disorders of all types of metabolism are characteristic, for gestosis - the vascular system and blood flow. Toxemia includes vomiting of pregnant women (mild, moderate, excessive) and salivation (ptyalism), gestosis - dropsy of pregnant women, nephropathy, preeclampsia, eclampsia. In addition to the above, such forms of toxicosis as dermopathy (dermatosis) tetany, bronchial asthma, hepatopathy (jaundice of pregnant women), osteomalacia of pregnant women, etc. are less common.
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TOXICOSIS AND HESTOSIS OF PREGNANT WOMEN

  1. Toxicosis and gestosis of pregnant women
    Toxicoses and gestosis of pregnant women are pathological conditions that appear only during pregnancy and, as a rule, disappear after its completion or in the early postpartum period. They represent a complex of metabolic disturbances in all organs and systems of the mother’s body as a result of insufficient adaptation to new conditions associated with fetal development.
  2. LATE TOXICOSIS (OCG-HESTOSIS).
    The term “pregnant toxicosis” is not generally accepted abroad. The designation of OPG gestosis (OPG, edema, proteinuria. Hypertension); pregnant hypertension; preeclampsia and eclampsia; metabolic toxemia. OPG gestosis includes water, nephropathy, preeclampsia. Improper adaptation of the body to the development of the ovum is most often characterized
  3. Toxicosis Pregnant
    Diseases of pregnant women are called diseases that arise in connection with the development of the fetal egg and are characterized by very diverse symptoms, of which the most constant and pronounced are dysfunctions of the central nervous system. vascular disorders of metabolic disorders. According to the period of occurrence and clinical manifestations, it is customary to subdivide
  4. Toxicosis of pregnant women
    Pregnant toxicosis (gestosis) is a pathological condition during pregnancy associated with the development of the ovum, disappearing in the postpartum period. This is a complication of pregnancy, which is a consequence of the lack of adaptive capabilities of the mother, in which her body cannot adequately meet the needs of the growing fetus. Gestosis manifested by various disorders
  5. Toxicosis of pregnant women
    Pregnant toxicosis (preeclampsia) - a pathological condition during pregnancy associated with the development of the ovum, disappearing in the postpartum period. This is a complication of pregnancy, which is a consequence of the lack of adaptive capabilities of the mother, in which her body cannot adequately meet the needs of the growing fetus. Early toxicosis of pregnant women. Develops in
  6. Toxicosis of pregnant women
    Toxicosis of pregnant women is considered as a special reaction of the female body to pregnancy. The reason for this reaction is the allergic state of the female organism. An unusual increased female response can occur even with a normal pregnancy. At present, the toxicosis of pregnant animals is not well understood. Of interest is the mechanism of toxicosis,
  7. Late toxicosis of pregnant women
    Toxicosis that develops after 20 weeks of pregnancy is called late or toxicosis of the second half of pregnancy. OCG gestosis is a multiple organ failure syndrome resulting from the development of pregnancy. The causes of this pathology have not yet been clarified. Immunological theory explains the onset of symptoms of gestosis
  8. Abstract. Toxicosis of pregnant women, 2010
    Diseases of pregnant women are called diseases that arise in connection with the development of the ovum and are characterized by very diverse symptoms, of which the most permanent and pronounced are dysfunctions of the central nervous system. vascular disorders. metabolic disorders. According to the period of occurrence and clinical manifestations, it is customary to subdivide toxicosis into 2
  9. Late toxicosis of pregnant women
    Types and clinical picture Late toxicosis is a serious complication of pregnancy and childbirth, manifested by edematous-nephrotic and hypertensive syndromes, as well as damage to the central nervous system up to the development of convulsive syndrome. Late toxicosis includes dropsy (edema) of pregnant women, nephropathy of pregnant women, preeclampsia and eclampsia of pregnant women. Swelling often wear generalized
  10. Pregnant gestosis: aspects of therapy
    The development of new methods for the complex treatment of severe forms of gestosis is the most important task of modern obstetrics, since gestosis is the most common pregnancy pathology. Despite the close attention of obstetricians to this problem, there is no tendency to a decrease in the frequency of gestosis, and they occupy second place among the causes of maternal mortality. Perinatal incidence
  11. Toxicosis of pregnant women
    CLINICAL PICTURE Salivation, vomiting, and indomitable vomiting of pregnant women - this is a varying degree of toxicosis. Salivation (ptyalism) begins with a symptom of excess saliva in the pregnant woman's mouth. In severe forms of ptyalism, daily saliva can reach several liters. This leads to the loss of proteins, carbohydrates, vitamins, salts and dehydration. Vomiting clinic
  12. PATHOLOGY OF PREGNANCY. SPONTANEOUS ABORTION. ECTOPIC PREGNANCY. Gestosis. TROPHOBLASTIC DISEASE. PLACENTA PATHOLOGY
    PATHOLOGY OF PREGNANCY. SPONTANEOUS ABORTION. ECTOPIC PREGNANCY. Gestosis. TROPHOBLASTIC DISEASE. PATHOLOGY
  13. Monitoring a pregnant woman in a antenatal clinic. Preeclampsia
    Tasks of antenatal clinics The main purpose of monitoring pregnant women in antenatal clinics is to preserve the physiological course of pregnancy and to take preventive measures to prevent complications, especially placental insufficiency and gestosis. In this regard, the following tasks have been set for the antenatal clinic. 1. Determine the presence of pregnancy
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