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ROLE OF GENETIC THROMBOPHILIA IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THROMBOEMBOLIC AND OBSTETRIC COMPLICATIONS

https://doi.org/10.17749/2313-7347.2017.11.4.068-071

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Abstract

Genetic thrombophilia is a risk factor for both thromboembolic and obstetric complications. Patients with a family history of thrombotic and obstetric complications should be examined for the presence of thrombophilia. If a hemostasis problem is confirmed, antithrombotic therapy is recommended to be initiated at early stages of pregnancy. Moreover, this therapy is better to be started at the stage of preparation for pregnancy and continued throughout the pregnancy and during the postpartum period to avoid thromboembolic and obstetrical complications.

About the Authors

D. L. Kapanadze
Center of Pathology of Pregnancy and Hemostasis.
Russian Federation

Kapanadze Daredzhan Levanovna – PhD, Head of Center of Pathology of Pregnancy and Hemostasis.

ul. Uznadze, 78, Tbilisi, Georgia, 0179.  



T. A. Diakonidze
Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University.
Russian Federation

Diakonidze Tamara Avtandilovna – Postgraduate student, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology.

ul. I. Chavchavadze, 1, Tbilisi, Georgia, 0128.  



V. B. Zubenko
Stavropol Regional Clinical Perinatal Center № 1.
Russian Federation

Zubenko Vladislav Borisovich – Head of Obstetric Department.

ul. Semashko, 3/1, Stavropol, 355029. 



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Kapanadze D.L., Diakonidze T.A., Zubenko V.B. ROLE OF GENETIC THROMBOPHILIA IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THROMBOEMBOLIC AND OBSTETRIC COMPLICATIONS. Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproduction. 2017;11(4):68-71. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.17749/2313-7347.2017.11.4.068-071

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