Pyelonephritis during pregnancy and after
Pyelonephritis during pregnancy and after

What is pyelonephritis during pregnancy and after? Pyelonephritis is a bacterial infection of the renal parenchyma. Pyelonephritis can occur in the postpartum period, if bacterial infection is ascending from the bladder. The infection may manifest as asymptomatic bacteriuria during pregnancy and is sometimes associated with...

postpartum endometritis
postpartum endometritis

Postpartum endometritis is an infection of the uterus, the typical cause of which is ascending bacterial infection from the lower genital and gastrointestinal tract. The main symptoms of postpartum endometritis — tenderness to palpation of the anterior abdominal wall, pain in the lower abdomen, fever, malaise and sometimes discharge....

prolapsed cord
prolapsed cord

A cord prolapse is the abnormal location of umbilical cord before predlagay part of the fetus, thus there is compression of the umbilical cord during birth, causing fetal hypoxemia. Prolobbirovat the umbilical cord can be within the uterus or can penetrate into the vagina. Both cases are rare. When the hidden...

prolonged labor
prolonged labor

Prolonged labor is abnormally slow cervical dilatation or lowering of the head during the active stage of labor. The active stage of labor is the period with the opening of the cervix to 4 cm or more. Usually the rate of cervical dilatation and lower head...

Premature membranes rupture
Premature membranes rupture

Rupture of membranes before the beginning of regular labor is considered premature; this sometimes leads to infection. The diagnosis is based on clinical data. If fetal lungs are immature and the infection absent, then the treatment is bed rest combined with the removal of labor sulfate...

Cesarean section
Cesarean section

Caesarean section — delivery by dissection of the uterus. In the US, approximately 15-25% of births accounted for cesarean section. These figures vary among doctors. Indications for caesarean section. Although the frequency of complications and mortality for caesarean section are low, they are still more...

induced labor
induced labor

Induction of labor is stimulation of uterine contractions with oxytocin. Testimony. Induction of delivery can be performed for medical reasons or selectively. Before the election induction of delivery is necessary to assess the maturity of the lungs of the fetus if gestational age less than 39 weeks. To do this, perform amniocentesis for...

Delivery using forceps and vacuum extraction
Delivery using forceps and vacuum extraction

Forceps and vacuum extractor is a device used to overlay the head of the fetus to extract the fetus vaginally. Delivery with forceps and vacuum extraction has the same testimony. The choice depends to a large extent from the doctor. This manipulation is performed in...

Pre-eclampsia and eclampsia
Pre-eclampsia and eclampsia

What are preeclampsia and eclampsia? Preeclampsia — pregnancy-induced hypertension combined with proteinuria. Eclampsia unexplained generalized seizures in patients with preeclampsia. Preeclampsia and eclampsia develop between the 20th week of pregnancy and end of 1st week after delivery. The diagnosis of pre-eclampsia and...