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FEATURES OF TREATMENT OF CNS INFECTIONS IN PREGNANCY

When choosing AMP in pregnant women, it is necessary to take into account its safety for the fetus: it is not recommended to use fluoroquinolones throughout the entire period of pregnancy, co-trimoxazole is contraindicated in the I and III trimester. Aminoglycosides and vancomycin can be used only for health reasons. The main drugs are penicillins or third generation cephalosporins (cefotaxime).
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FEATURES OF TREATMENT OF CNS INFECTIONS IN PREGNANCY

  1. FEATURES OF TREATMENT OF CNS INFECTIONS IN BREAST-FEEDING
    Mandatory hospitalization of the patient with isolation from the child and with the termination of feeding
  2. PECULIARITIES OF TREATMENT OF INFECTIOUS IMPACT IN PREGNANCY
    When choosing an AMP, pregnant women must take into account its safety for the fetus: you cannot use fluoroquinolones during the entire period of pregnancy, co-trimoxazole is contraindicated in the I and III trimester, aminoglycosides can be used only for health reasons. Asymptomatic Bacteriuria, Acute Cystitis It occurs in 7% of pregnant women. The appointment of AMP due to the high
  3. FEATURES OF TREATMENT OF CNS INFECTIONS IN CHILDREN
    In newborns, pathogens are more often group B streptococci, enterobacteria and listeria. Due to the fact that cefotaxime is inactive against listeria, at the same time, ampicillin or ampicillin in combination with aminoglycosides (usually with gentamicin) are used in children. Children are contraindicated the use of co-trimoxazole in the first 2 months, fluoroquinolones - up to 16 years. Cefepime is allowed for
  4. PECULIARITIES OF TREATMENT OF CNS INFECTIONS IN ELDERLY PEOPLE
    In the elderly, renal function is often reduced, which requires special care when using aminoglycosides. It should be remembered that in such patients, vancomycin elimination is slowed down (half-life is 7.5 days). There is also a high frequency of HP when used
  5. Syphilitic violation of the central nervous system. Damage to the central nervous system with tuberculosis. Clinical manifestations.
    Syphilitic disorders of the central nervous system (Neurosyphilis) The causative agent of syphilis is pale treponema. Under the microscope, pale treponema is a spiral-shaped microorganism resembling a corkscrew. The total length of treponema varies from 7 to 14 microns, thickness - 0.2-0.5 microns. For pale treponema, pronounced mobility is characteristic. It is characterized by progressive, oscillatory, pendulum-like,
  6. Opportunistic CNS infections
    AIDS patients have an increased risk of central nervous system damage with toxoplasmosis, cryptococcosis, tuberculosis, cytomegalovirus and varicella-zoster virus, as well as progressive multifocal encephalopathy. At the same time, the risk of acute bacterial meningitis and bacterial abscesses of the brain is not increased. Treatment of opportunistic infections is carried out according to general rules, however, a longer treatment is used.
  7. PECULIARITIES OF TREATMENT OF INFECTIOUS INFECTIONS IN ELDERLY PEOPLE
    In elderly people, the frequency of infections with MEP is significantly increased, which is associated with complicating factors: benign prostatic hyperplasia in men and a decrease in estrogen levels in women during menopause. Therefore, the treatment of infections of MVP should include not only the use of AMP, but also the correction of the described risk factors. With benign prostatic hyperplasia
  8. FEATURES OF TREATMENT OF INFECTIONS OF IMP IN CHILDREN
    The spectrum of pathogens in children does not differ from that in adults. The leading pathogen is E. coli and other representatives of the Enterobacteriaceae family. For moderate and severe pyelonephritis, children in the first 2 years of life are recommended to be hospitalized. The use of cefepime and co-trimoxazole is contraindicated in children up to 2 months, meropenem - up to 3 months. The use of fluoroquinolones is allowed
  9. Features of the management of pregnant women with multiple pregnancy
    The main task of the doctor's female consultation is the early diagnosis of multiple pregnancy. This allows you to develop the most rational management plan for a pregnant woman and to take timely measures to prevent possible complications. Immediately after the detection of multiple pregnancy, it is necessary to prescribe a sparing regimen and a special diet, which will ensure an increased need for the body
  10. Features of placentation in multiple pregnancy
    Features of placentation of twins are formed during implantation. With dizygotic twins, each fertilized egg, introducing itself into the decidual membrane, forms its own amniotic and chorial membrane, from which its own placenta subsequently develops. In this case, blastocysts enter the uterine cavity almost simultaneously and are implanted either next to each other or in opposite parts
  11. FEATURES OF THE EMERGENCY CONDITION OF DISTURBED ETERNAL PREGNANCY
    The clinical picture of the disease with a rupture of the tube begins acutely, with sudden sharp pains in the lower abdomen or on the left, with a typical irradiation in the lower back, in the groin and a feeling of pressure on the anus (with an external rupture of the fetus-stylist located in the fallopian tube). 2. Suddenly appeared abdominal pains are accompanied by a change in the general condition of the pregnant woman: complaints of
  12. TREATMENT IN ETERNATIVE PREGNANCY AND RESTORATION OF REPRODUCTIVE FUNCTION
    Treatment for ectopic pregnancy should be comprehensive. It consists of the following stages: 1) operation - stop bleeding; 2) restoration of blood loss and the fight against shock; 3) rehabilitation of reproductive function. Currently, surgical intervention is a common method of treatment for ectopic pregnancy. If an ectopic pregnancy is diagnosed, including
  13. FEATURES OF EVALUATION OF A GENERAL CLINICAL AND OBSTETRIC SITUATION IN PREGNANT INJURY
    When a pregnant woman is injured, it is necessary: ​​1. To determine the presence (absence) of signs of clinical (biological) death of a pregnant woman: - state (degree of loss) of consciousness; - the presence (absence) of signs of external respiration; - the presence (absence) of pulsation of the carotid arteries; - the appearance of hypostasis spots in sloping places. 2. To identify demonstrative and probable traumatogenesis injuries.
  14. FEATURES OF INFUSION THERAPY FOR PREGNANCY AND DELIVERY
    FEATURES OF INFUSION THERAPY IN PREGNANCY AND
  15. Complications of pregnancy with uterine myoma. Prevention and treatment
    In patients with uterine myoma, referred to a low risk, pregnancy and childbirth usually occur without any special complications. In the presence of high-risk factors, a number of specific complications characteristic of uterine fibroids are observed, and there is also an increased frequency of non-specific complications. The first, specific complications are as follows. 1. Malnutrition and secondary changes in myomatous
  16. features of neonatal adaptation of children in certain pathological conditions of pregnancy and childbirth
    features of neonatal adaptation of children in certain pathological conditions of pregnancy and
  17. WATER-SALT EXCHANGE AND ITS FEATURES IN PREGNANCY. LABORATORY AND CLINICAL MONITORING
    WATER-SALT EXCHANGE AND ITS FEATURES IN PREGNANCY. LABORATORY AND CLINICAL
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