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Volume 10
Issue 1
Online publication date 2012-03-22
Title The choice of optimum obstetrical tactics in pregnant women with rheumatic heart disease: Delivery through natural maternal passages or Caesarean operation?
Author Munira Asatova, Tashpulat Abdukarimov
Abstract The choice of optimum tactics of labor management and post-natal period in pregnant women with valvular heart disease is one of the most effective ways of decreasing of maternal and perinatal mortality. We carried out the comparative investigation of the results of labors in pregnant women with mitral heart disease depending on the method of delivery. The obtained results showed that during delivery of pregnant women with mitral heart disease through natural maternal passages the indices of central hemodynamics were relatively more stable; the course of post-natal period and the new-born children’s condition was more favorable. 
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Keywords Pregnancy, labor, rheumatic heart disease, anemia, treatment
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