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Cardiovascular changes in pregnancy II. <br>Preeclampsia and its long-term consequences for mother and offspring

Cardiovascular changes in pregnancy II.
Preeclampsia and its long-term consequences for mother and offspring

The most often complication is preeclampsia which affects 3 % to 5 % of pregnancies and is a leading cause of maternal mortality, expecially in developing countries...

Full article   Practical Gynecology Issue: 3-4/2016

Specialization: Paediatric gynaecology Gynaecology and obstetrics Reproduction medicine
Fear of pregnant women

Fear of pregnant women

Fear is a natural emotion of pregnant women. Sometimes not communicated it may intensify and then it has a negative influence on a woman, a child and a birth. The aim of the...

Full article   Practical Gynecology Issue: 3-4/2016

Specialization: Reproduction medicine Gynaecology and obstetrics Paediatric gynaecology
Selected psychometric properties of the Czech Version of the FACT-B Scale (Version 4) for Measuring Quality of Life in Breast Cancer Patients

Selected psychometric properties of the Czech Version of the FACT-B Scale (Version 4) for Measuring Quality of Life in Breast Cancer Patients

Improvements in the outcomes of cancer treatment have drawn more attention to longitudinal monitoring of the quality of life (QoL). Functional assessment of cancer therapy (FACT...

Full article   Practical Gynecology Issue: 3-4/2016

Specialization: Reproduction medicine Gynaecology and obstetrics Paediatric gynaecology
Conservative therapy of interstitial pregnancy with the use of methotrexate – case study

Conservative therapy of interstitial pregnancy with the use of methotrexate – case study

Objective: Description of a successfull solved case with the use of methotrexate in a patient with interstitial pregnancy.Design: Case study.Setting: Department of Obstetrics...

Full article   Practical Gynecology Issue: 3-4/2016

Specialization: Paediatric gynaecology Gynaecology and obstetrics Reproduction medicine
Preeclampsia today and tomorrow

Preeclampsia today and tomorrow

Preeclampsia is exclusively pregnancy associated disease originating from altered placentation. This condition causes an imbalance between antiangiogenic and proangiogenic...

Full article   Practical Gynecology Issue: 3-4/2016

Specialization: Gynaecology and obstetrics Paediatric gynaecology Reproduction medicine
Can semi-quantitative analysis of amniotic fluid glucose be useful in gynecology and obstetrics? A pilot study.

Can semi-quantitative analysis of amniotic fluid glucose be useful in gynecology and obstetrics? A pilot study.

Amniotic fluid represent a biological fluid, which reflect metabolic state of the fetus, the study of its components and their changes in different gestational weeks provide...

Full article   Practical Gynecology Issue: 3-4/2016

Specialization: Paediatric gynaecology Gynaecology and obstetrics Reproduction medicine
Cardiovascular changes in pregnancy – I. Pregnancy rises the risk of cardiovascular diseases

Cardiovascular changes in pregnancy – I. Pregnancy rises the risk of cardiovascular diseases

Pregnancy is associated with many changes in the maternal circulation, some of them have an elevated risk of cardiovascular diseases both during pregnancy as well as many years...

Full article   Practical Gynecology Issue: 2/2016

Specialization: Reproduction medicine Gynaecology and obstetrics Paediatric gynaecology
Contribution to safety of home and hospital birth

Contribution to safety of home and hospital birth

Planned home birth is a modern social phenomenon that is based on the false premise that human birth is a physiological process in the course of which there is no need to...

Full article   Practical Gynecology Issue: 2/2016

Specialization: Reproduction medicine Gynaecology and obstetrics Paediatric gynaecology
Selected orthopaedic indications for caesarean section

Selected orthopaedic indications for caesarean section

One out of three children is born by caesarean section (C-Section) and this number rises both in our country and all around the world. Almost half of these deliveries are...

Full article   Practical Gynecology Issue: 2/2016

Specialization: Reproduction medicine Gynaecology and obstetrics Paediatric gynaecology
Which is an adequate size of cone?

Which is an adequate size of cone?

Dimensions of cone – length, thickness and circumference – have to be presented according recommendations of International Federation for Cervical Pathology and Colposcopy...

Full article   Practical Gynecology Issue: 1/2016

Specialization: Paediatric gynaecology Gynaecology and obstetrics Reproduction medicine
 

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