Perinatal Outcomes in Women with Extragenital Diseases
An increase in the incidence of extragenital diseases (EGDs) in the population against the background of the rise in the birth rate actualizes the problems of pregnancy management in women with EGD. Pregnancy-induced physiological changes in the body lead to a worsening of the course of diseases that were at the stage of unsustainable compensation before pregnancy. The purpose of our study was to determine the effectiveness of hyperbaric oxygenation (HBO) in the prevention of obstetric complications in pregnant women with EGD and neonatal morbidity. The inclusion of HBO in a complex of therapeutic and prophylactic measures in pregnant women with high perinatal risk contributed to a significant reduction in premature birth and a statistically significant improvement in neonatal morbidity parameters.