Hyperbaric oxygenation in complex treatment of pregnant women with diabetes mellitus type I

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  • Authors: Kuzenkova TV1, Litvinenko IA1, Lukaev AA1, Zlatovratskaya TV2, Bogdanova GS2, Starceva TA2, Tabatadze NT2
  • Affiliations:
    1. Peoples, Friendship University of Russia
    2. Clinical Hospital № 29
  • Issue: No S5 (2011)
  • Pages: 216-221
  • Section: Articles
  • URL: http://journals.rudn.ru/medicine/article/view/3403
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Abstract


The article presents a comparative analysis of treatment of 76 pregnant women with diabetes mellitus type I, divided into two groups: basic and control. In the control group carried out conventional medical therapy, and patients of the main group along with those received courses of hyperbaric oxygenation. Evaluating the effectiveness of therapy based on the data of carbohydrate metabolism, glycated hemoglobin, Doppler and cardiotocography before treatment and after its completion. Shown that the use of hyperbaric oxygenation in complex treatment of pregnant women with diabetes mellitus type I reduces the complications of pregnancy, improve perinatal outcomes.

About the authors

T V Kuzenkova

Peoples, Friendship University of Russia

Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology with the course of Perenathology

I A Litvinenko

Peoples, Friendship University of Russia

Email: pishite2003@bk.ru
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology with the course of Perenathology

A A Lukaev

Peoples, Friendship University of Russia

Email: aleksei_lukaev@mail.ru
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology with the course of Perenathology

T V Zlatovratskaya

Clinical Hospital № 29

G S Bogdanova

Clinical Hospital № 29

T A Starceva

Clinical Hospital № 29

N T Tabatadze

Clinical Hospital № 29

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Copyright (c) 2011 Кузенкова Т.В., Литвиненко И.А., Лукаев А.А., Златовратская Т.В., Богданова Г.С., Старцева Т.А., Табатадзе Н.Т.

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