E Ia Balich

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Analysis of the reasons responsible for complications of anesthesia in abdominal delivery has shown that such complications are most frequent before fetus extraction. They are: poorly corrected hypo- or hypertension and tachycardia; damages of major vessels, pleura and lungs upon central vein puncture; severe hypoxia in difficult or abortive intubations(More)
Sixty eight anesthesia procedures during abdominal delivery in patients with late toxemia of pregnancy have been analysed. In 32 cases the diagnosis was preeclampsia, in 8 cases--eclampsia, in 28 cases III degree nephropathy. Depending on the variant and method of anesthesia the subjects were divided into 3 clinical groups. Group I comprised 31 women to(More)
Eighty-seven parturients were examined to disclose the function of the thyroid during narcotic exposure in labor and in cesarean section in cases of high risk of giving birth to infants with perinatal abnormalities. Neurotropic agents were found to inhibit the fetal hypophyseo-thyroid system in cases with a history of intrauterine hypoxia, thus saving this(More)
Cesarean section performed under endotracheal anesthesia is accompanied by a considerable stimulation of hypophyseal-adrenal system (HAS) manifested in the activation of adenohypophysis and adrenal cortex adrenocorticotropic function. Prolonged epidural anesthesia performed for the anesthesiological protection of pregnant women during abdominal delivery is(More)
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