CHANGES IN SOME SYSTEM INDICATORS IN PREGNANT WOMEN WITH GESTOSIS

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Kamolova Diyora Djamshedovna
Khusainova Munira Alisherovna

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It is well known that gestosis is one of the most dangerous complications of pregnancy and childbirth. Eclampsia is the direct cause of maternal mortality, ranging from 0.21 to 1.4%. However, in Uzbekistan, one of the most disadvantaged countries in this regard, maternal mortality from gestosis increases to 17%, and perinatal mortality to 50%. In the structure of maternal mortality, gestosis firmly occupies the second place and accounts for 24%. The birth of a healthy full-term child with a real serious pathology is observed only in 50-56% of cases. Therefore gestosis remains one of the factors determining the level of perinatal mortality. The indicators of the latter in some regions are in the range of 11.2 – 44.4%, and in preeclampsia and eclampsia they can reach 60%. More than 30 theories have been proposed to explain the etiology of gestosis, however, the nature of their development remains unclear.

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Kamolova Diyora Djamshedovna, & Khusainova Munira Alisherovna. (2024). CHANGES IN SOME SYSTEM INDICATORS IN PREGNANT WOMEN WITH GESTOSIS. Spectrum Journal of Innovation, Reforms and Development, 25, 111–115. Retrieved from https://sjird.journalspark.org/index.php/sjird/article/view/994
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