Dorota Suchańska

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The predisposition of the newborns to contract infections diseases is dependent upon the limited efficiency of their immune mechanisms. Congenital infections amount to 5.7% in the research material, and the acquired infections 1.15%. The isolation of the microorganism is the basis for treating infections-the profiles of the pathogenic bacterial in flora(More)
Health status of 53 babies delivered by diabetic mothers are discussed. Neonatal period was uncomplicated only in 12 cases. The remaining babies suffered from respiratory disorders, edema, neurological disturbances, prolonged jaundice, infections etc. Metabolic disorders in diabetic female are unfavourable for the development of pregnancy and neonate(More)
The analysis of 2191 breech deliveries in the 1st Obstetrics Clinic of Medical Academy in Wrocław shows that there was a steady increase in the percentage of cesarean sections (from 0.8% in 1946-1955 to 59.6% in 1986-1990) and a decrease in the number of vaginal deliveries, especially manual procedures. The neonates born from cesarean section were generally(More)
Diabetes type 1 is observed in individuals with a genetic predisposition to the disease. Observed is a 3-5 fold risk for congenital defects, therefore diabetes type 1 is one of the highest known teratogenic risk factor. The main factor responsible for the development of congenital defects is hyperglycemia. Observed are congenital defects of the central(More)
The authors, basing in the survey of literature and on own experience, discuss pregnancy in diabetic patients together with possible complications. Pregnancy exerts an unfavourable effect on diabetes mellitus with significant vascular disorders being in some cases even life-threatening. An of clinical status of the diabetes mellitus should be always(More)
The analysis of 2191 labours with pelvic presentation indicated that most perinatal traumas of newborns occurred after manual extraction of the fetus, and least frequent injuries were in children delivered by caesarean section. Within the period of 45 years (1946-1990) a statistically significant decrease occurred of the number of perinatal trauma of(More)
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