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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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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Modern antibiotic therapy

Modern antibiotic therapy of individual nosological forms begins with empirical treatment, when antibiotics are administered immediately after the diagnosis of the disease, taking into account possible pathogens and their sensitivity to drugs. When choosing a drug for initial therapy, data from the literature on its spectrum of action on microorganisms,…

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Prescribing antibacterial drugs

In the appointment of antibacterial drugs for the treatment of the GDH in pregnant women should consider the duration of pregnancy. In the first trimester, at the stage of organogenesis, the fetus is most sensitive to the action of medicinal substances and therefore during this period of pregnancy only harmless…

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Number of neurotransmitters in the body

Understanding what neurotransmitters are, the functions of these substances and their role in the body, it becomes obvious that their number should be balanced in order for a person to feel good. For example, when the concentration of serotonin decreases, a person feels unhappy, exhausted, devoid of motivation for any…

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Classification

Now there are several types, certain groups that affect the pathogenic organisms (except for broad-spectrum drugs). To determine the purpose of the drug, the doctor must accurately determine the type of infectious disease, pathogen and sensitivity to the selected active substance. At appointment all is considered: age, weight of the…

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