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According to contemporary data Ureaplasma urealiticum and Mycoplasma hominis are considered to be the most frequently isolated causative microorganisms from the amniotic cavity. They cause intrauterine infection on preterm birth. The genital mycoplasma are detected in vaginal smears more than 25% of healthy pregnant women and the reason for their invasion(More)
UNLABELLED Asymtomatic infection with group B streptococci in pregnant women, the screening methods concerning colonized patients and the therapeutic approach towards then are still under discussion. PURPOSE To determine the effectiveness and clinical use of the selective media Granada in the diagnosis of beta-haemolytic contamination in pregnant women.(More)
UNLABELLED Thalassemia syndromes are heterogenic group hereditary hemoglobinopathies, provoking chronic hemolytic anemia. They affect approximately 100 million people, mostly in the Mediterranean (including Bulgaria), South-eastern Asia and Africa. Thalassemia syndromes are the second reason for hypochromic anemia and anemia in pregnancy after iron(More)
During a ten years period (06.1998a.-06.2007) at the delivery ward of Maychin dom university hospital were admitted 31 627 parturients. Among all of them we indentified and evaluated only 6 pregnant patients with Listeria monocytogenes infection. During the first 8 years of the investigated period there was no even single case of the infection, whilst(More)
The aim of this study is the determination of the frequency of vaginal Candida colonization in pregnant women in the third trimester, the status of the vaginal ecosystem, the grade and the subspecies of the candidal colonization, clinical manifestations and the therapeutic effect of the local antimycotic treatment. In this study it has been followed 172(More)
There is no decrease in the incidence of preterm birth in Bulgaria and in the world, despite of all the therapeutic and prophylactic efforts. The rate of prematurity in University Maternity Hospital 'Maichin dom' in the last decade has increased significantly- from 11.6% in 2003 to 17.5% in 2013. The numbers are higher than the national average due to the(More)
During a ten years period (1997-2006) at the delivery ward of Maychin dom university hospital were admitted 31,430 parturients. Among all of them we indentified and evaluated only 4 pregnant patients with Listeria monocytogenes infection. During the first 8 years of the investigated period there was no even single case of the infection, whilst during the(More)