RISK FACTORS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT AND SEVERITY OF PERINATAL ENCEPHALOPATHY IN NEWBORNS

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  • Nabiyeva Shoista Mustafayevna Assistant of the Department of 1-Pediatrics and Neonatology. Samarkand State Medical Institute, Samarkand, Republic of Uzbekistan.

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.17605/OSF.IO/DRCBN

Keywords:

risk factors, perinatal encephalopathy, newborns

Abstract

90 children with perinatal encephalopathy of varying severity were examined. It was revealed that in the occurrence and development of perinatal encephalopathy, there is a dependence on the presence and frequency of pathology of obstetric and gynecological history, the course of pregnancy and childbirth. It was determined that the most significant risk factors for the development of perinatal encephalopathy are: abortions, the threat of termination of pregnancy, chronic adnexitis, rapid childbirth. Of particular importance was the presence of severe anemia in pregnant women, which was a factor in chronic fetal hypoxia, and then influenced the development of a more severe course of perinatal encephalopathy of newborns

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2022-06-12

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