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Free radical lipid oxidation and activity of lysosomal enzymes have been tested in 87 pregnant women with acquired and congenital heart diseases and pulmonary circulatory failure. Activation of lipid peroxidation directly correlated with the severity of circulatory failure. These processes aggravated maternal and fetal hypoxia. A management protocol was(More)
The study was conducted of combined application of conventional regimens of therapeutic exercises and adjusted bicycle ergometry loads (60-75% of the oxygen utilization maximum) in high-risk pregnant women suffering from chronic respiratory and gastrointestinal diseases. It was found that adaptation of the women was improved as well as maternal and fetal(More)
Central hemodynamics, free-radical lipid oxidation, anti-oxidant system, activities of lysosomal enzymes, and homeostasis system were studied in 86 pregnant women with congenital and acquired heart diseases. The studies have revealed a hypodynamic circulation type, activated lipid peroxidation processes, reduced level of alpha-tocopherol, a natural(More)
The drug salvage developed by the authors was studied for its impact on maternal, fetal, neonatal homeostasis, the incidence of unfavourable outcomes in the mother and her fetus in 40 pregnant with cardiac malformations whose pregnancy was delivered via cesarean section as a planned operation. The baseline hypodynamic circulation was detected in pregnant(More)
Graded muscular exercise is thought an efficient enough method of managing maternal and fetal hypoxia in pregnant women with cardiovascular disorders. Individually adjusted physical training allowed a 26% increase in resting values of maternal blood partial oxygen pressure and a 26% decrease in the number of infants born in severe asphyxia.
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