L. B. Reznikova

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Experimental gestosis induced by replacement of drinking water with 1.8% NaCl promoted hypercoagulation, increased the rate and degree of platelet aggregation, and reduced clotting time in pregnant females. GABA derivatives, compounds RGPU-151, RGPU-152, and phenibut normalized parameters of hemostasis and platelet aggregation and the rate of thrombus(More)
Substitution of drinking water with 1.8 % NaCl solution in pregnant female rats from day 1 of gestation until parturitions was followed by the development of experimental gestosis. Gestosis manifested in an increase in BP by 18.2 %, protein concentration in the urine by 6.2 times, and edema severity in muscles, brain, and omentum in comparison with the(More)
BACKGROUND Pre-eclampsia is considered to be a severe complication of pregnancy. Theoretical investigation of its etiology and pathogenesis, development of strategies for its prevention and treatment are conditioned by the development of appropriate experimental models of this pathology. METHODS The study involved Wistar rat lines weighing 220-240g.(More)
Experimental gestosis induced in rats by drinking 1.8% sodium chloride solution instead of water during the entire period of pregnancy leads to activation of lipid peroxidation (LPO) process, as manifested by increased concentration of diene conjugates and malonic dialdehyde, decreased concentration of antioxidant enzymes (superoxide dismutase and(More)
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