Dynamics of the hemostatic system in pregnant with preeclampsia during delivery under general anesthesia

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In article evaluated the dynamics of hemostasis system changes in pregnant women with preeclampsia during delivery under general anesthesia. Main violation of the hemostasis system in preeclampsia is haemodilutional coagulopathy due to hypervolemia increasing with the development of preeclampsia. After delivery, the coagulopathy frequency was significantly reduced by the third postpartum day. The severity and duration of the correction of the protein and the water balance depended on the availability of patients hemostatic disturbances. Fresh frozen plasma and albumin were used significantly more often in patients with severe preeclampsia who have hemostasis disorders.

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V P Muzychenko

Regional clinical hospital № 2

Email: mvp1963@mail.ru

I N Prokhorova

Kuban State Medical University

Email: kapyschenko@mail.ru
Department of anesthesiology and resuscitation and transfusion FPC and PPS

S V Sin’kov

Regional clinical hospital № 2

Email: ssinkov@yandex.ru

M A Magomedov

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Email: marat_magomedov@mail.ru
Department of anesthesiology and resuscitation


Copyright (c) 2013 Музыченко В.П., Прохорова И.Н., Синьков С.В., Магомедов М.А.

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