The risk factors of obstetrical and perinatal complications of induced pregnancy in the women with liver pathology


  • V.V. Kaminskiy
  • O.G. Boychuk
Keywords: assisted reproductive technology, pregnancy, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, obstetrical and perinatal complications, risk factors

Abstract

In spite of fact that non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is considered as the most prevailing liver disease in the world, the potential effect on pregnancy outcomes is little-studied. The one hundred women with pregnancy after ART were advanced examined: 50 gravidas with NAFLD (main group) and 50 women without hepatobiliary pathology (comparison group). The analysis enabled to establish the risk factors of obstetrical and perinatal complications (miscarriages and missed abortions, serious preeclampsia, decompensated fetal distress) in gravidas after ART with NAFLD: changes of biochemical test results, obesity, liver hyperechogenicity on ultrasonography, vascular pattern irregularity on ultrasonography, cardiovascular diseases, intestinal disbiosis, miscarriages/missed abortions in history, early gestosis, and threatened preterm delivery for current pregnancy.

Published
2017-09-29
How to Cite
Kaminskiy, V., & Boychuk, O. (2017). The risk factors of obstetrical and perinatal complications of induced pregnancy in the women with liver pathology. Reports of Vinnytsia National Medical University, 20(1(1), 47-50. Retrieved from https://reports-vnmedical.com.ua/index.php/journal/article/view/303