Blood Clotting Disorders in Gestosis and Pulmonary Mechanisms of Their Compensation
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We studied blood coagulation system in women with uneventful pregnancy and with gestosis and evaluated the hemostasis-regulating role of the lungs in pregnancy and gestosis. We found a correlation between disorders in the pulmonary fibrinolytic function and severity of gestosis, and demonstrated the role of compensatory pulmonary mechanisms in the maintenance of adequate microcirculation in maternal organism and in the mother-placenta-fetus system. Prognostic and diagnostic criteria of gestosis and its complications are proposed.
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