PROGNOSTICATION LABOR DYSTOCIA AND CESAREAN SECTION

  • O.V. Grishchenko Kharkov Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education Ukraine, Kharkov
  • S. Mamedova Kharkov Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education Ukraine, Kharkov
Keywords: childbirth, labor dystocia, cesarean section, prognosis

Abstract

The article presents the results of the analysis of clinical and anamnestic indicators to create a model for predicting the development of labor dystocia that caused Caesarean section. The most significant prognostic factors included in the prognostic model were fetus-pelvic imbalances, diabetes mellitus, a burdened gynecological history and cardiovascular diseases in the nulliparous women of late reproductive age. Assessment of the totality of risk factors made it possible to achieve an accurate prognosis in 88.6% of cases with a sensitivity of 40.4%, specificity - 92.1%.

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Published
2020-06-20
How to Cite
Grishchenko, O., & Mamedova, S. (2020). PROGNOSTICATION LABOR DYSTOCIA AND CESAREAN SECTION. Reproductive Medicine, (2(43), 56_60. https://doi.org/10.37800/RM2020-1-14