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2013 | 67 | 3 | 194–200
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Diagnostyka i leczenie zatorowości płucnej w okresie ciąży w aspekcie żylnej choroby zakrzepowo-zatorowej

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Diagnosis and treatment of pulmonary embolism in pregnancy, as a part of venous thromboembolism
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Pulmonary embolism is a common cause of death among pregnant woman. Physiological changes during pregnancy lead to a higher risk of thromboembolism development. Pulmonary embolism diagnostics is difficult because of its non-specific symptoms and physiological elevated D-dimers concentration. In most cases, venous ultrasonography and examinations with the use of ionized radiation – computer tomography or scintigraphy are usually applied. Imaging is safe and should be performed on all women presenting non-specific chest symptoms during pregnancy. In the treatment of pulmonary embolism, low molecular weight heparins (LMWH) are used.
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Zatorowość płucna (ZP) jest częstą przyczyna zgonów kobiet w okresie ciąży i połogu. W związku z fizjologicznymi zmianami u kobiet ciężarnych wzrasta ryzyko powikłań zakrzepowo-zatorowych. Diagnostyka ZP w tym okresie jest trudna ze względu na niespecyficzne objawy i fizjologiczny wzrost stężenia D-dimerów. W diagnostyce stosuje się badanie ultrasonograficzne układu żylnego oraz badania wykorzystujące promieniowanie jonizujące, jak tomografia komputerowa i scyntygrafia. Obrazowanie jest bezpieczne dla płodu i powinno być stosowane u pacjentek z niespecyficznymi objawami, mogącymi sugerować ZP. Podstawowe miejsce w leczeniu ZP mają heparyny drobnocząsteczkowe (low molecular weight heparins – LMWH).
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67
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3
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194–200
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  • Studium Doktoranckie Wydziału Lekarskiego w Katowicach Śląskiego Uniwersytetu Medycznego w Katowicach ul. Medyków 12 40-752 Katowice tel. 888 825 344, e-mail: justynajarnot@op.pl
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  • Zakład Profilaktyki Chorób Kobiecych i Seksuologii Katedry Zdrowia Kobiety Wydziału Nauk o Zdrowiu Śląskiego Uniwersytetu Medycznego w Katowicach Oddział Chorób Wewnętrznych z Pododdziałem Diagnostyki Kardiologicznej Szpitala Zakonu Bonifratrów w Katowicach
  • Studium Doktoranckie Wydziału Lekarskiego w Katowicach
  • Studium Doktoranckie Wydziału Lekarskiego w Katowicach
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