Henryka Sawulicka-Oleszczuk

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Currently available data on the relationship between the prevalence of isolated congenital malformations and parental age are inconsistent and frequently divergent. We utilised the data from the Polish Registry of Congenital Malformations (PRCM) to accurately assess the interplay between maternal and paternal age in the risk of isolated non-syndromic(More)
Multiple pregnancies are considered high risk. This qualification is associated with the multitude of conditions which are known to complicated these pregnancies. Early diagnosis of these complications is the fundamental element of clinical managements. In numerous cases therapeutic protocols are widely known and in many others intensive monitoring and(More)
We examined the relationship between maternal reproductive history and the newborn's risk of isolated congenital malformations in a large case-control cohort from the Polish Registry of Congenital Malformations. Congenital malformations were classified into four categories: isolated congenital heart defects (n=1673), isolated cleft palate (n=255), cleft lip(More)
OBJECTIVE The aim of the study was to analyze the incidence of neural tube defects in Lublin Province between 1990 and 2000 after application of primary prevention with folic acid. MATERIAL AND METHODS A total of 293,039 newborns were analyzed. RESULTS Neural tube defects were diagnosed in 53 newborns. CONCLUSION Reduction of frequency of meningocele(More)
The epidemiology of multiple pregnancy is complex and depends on various factors including age, race, genetic and environmental factors, season of conception and, more recently, iatrogenic factors. In recent years, twinning rate increased dramatically especially in countries where ovulation induction and assisted reproductive technologies are widely used.(More)
Preterm birth is one of the major problems in perinatology today. It is associated with increased risk of neonatal infection and related neonatal mortality. In this study we evaluated some perinatal risk factors for neonatal injection. We found an association of neonatal infection with low gestational age, low birth weight, low Apgar score, intraamniotic(More)
An attempt has been made to evaluate the behaviour of triglycerides in the perfusional liquid of the human placenta under the influence of orciprenaline in the quantity of 40 micrograms/min and papaverine in quantity of 320 micrograms/min. In own experiments the authors discovered that these drugs which are given in the above mentioned doses increase the(More)