Assessment of the health status of women in predicting physiological and complicated course of pregnancy at early gestational ages
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Ключевые слова

mucosal microbiocenosis
dysbacteriosis
microbiocenoses disturbances types (degrees)
mucosal microbiotope
physiological pregnancy course
complicated pregnancy course
fetus miscarriage
health condition markers mucosal microbiocenosis
dysbacteriosis
microbiocenoses disturbances types (degrees)
mucosal microbiotope
physiological pregnancy course
complicated pregnancy course
fetus miscarriage
health condition markers

Аннотация

Microbiocenoses of macroorganism open cavities of pregnant women keenly react to various external environmental changes, and also react to and participate in the development of infectious and non-infectious pathology. Dysbacteriosis development is the reaction to external and internal influence. Criteria for the microbiocenosis state assessment as a measure of the general macroorganism reactivity allow us to judge the condition of the examined women in
pregnancy course prognosis. It is established that during the physiological course of pregnancy type (degree) I or II of
microbiocenosis of the mucous membranes of open cavities, the absence of indication of causative agents of urogenital
infections and clinical manifestations of miscarriage were revealed; during complicated pregnancy – type (degree) I or
II of microbiocenosis of the mucous membranes of open cavities, no indication of causative agents of urogenital infections and clinical manifestations of miscarriage of noninfectious genesis that results in the birth of the fetus; during complicated pregnancy - type (degree) III or IV of microbiocenosis of the mucous membranes of open cavities, no indication of causative agents of urogenital infections and no clinical manifestations of miscarriage (the prodromal period of infection and threatening miscarriage); with immunological rejection of the fetus - type (degree) III or IV of microbiocenosis of the mucous membranes of open cavities, the causative agents of urogenital infections, and clinical manifestations of miscarriage (incipient miscarriage).

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