Mobilizing formulas

We now turn to a specific process of “targeted” verbal impact, aimed at consciously increasing the tone of the sympathetic nervous system, the activity of which is the physiological basis of the mobilized state of the body. Academician I.P. Pavlov wrote: “The word, thanks to the entire previous life of…

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Psychosis of pregnancy

Psychosis of pregnancy Psychosis of pregnancy, postpartum and lactation period. Psychosis during pregnancy is a rare phenomenon, psychosis of the postpartum period is found 10 times more often than in any other period of life (especially on the 1st and 2nd postnatal week) – there are, above all, depressive, as…

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Diagnostics of new medical technologies

The use of new diagnostic and therapeutic technologies has significantly reduced the number of severe forms of the GDT and mortality from them. However, with the development of medicine, new issues of diagnosis and treatment of infectious diseases in obstetrics arise, which need further study. The features of modern obstetrics…

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Microbiological feature

It must be said that the microbiological feature of the GDH in obstetrics, gynecology and neonatology is the polymicrobial etiology of these diseases. Conditionally pathogenic enterobacteria (E.coli, Klebsiella spp., Proteus spp.) Dominate among the pathogens of the uvogenital tract in pregnant women and puerperas, often in association with obligate anaerobes…

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Directional therapy

During pregnancy, antibiotic therapy should be aimed at eliminating infection, preventing infection of the fetus and newborn, as well as the development of postpartum HDS. The rational and effective use of antibiotics during pregnancy involves the following conditions: • it is necessary to use drugs only with established safety of…

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Non-embryotoxic drugs

Group III includes drugs that do not have an embryotoxic effect – penicillins, cephalosporins, macrolides. These antibiotics can be considered the drugs of choice in the treatment of infectious diseases in pregnant women. Physiological changes occurring in the body of women during pregnancy have a significant impact on the pharmacokinetics…

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