The results of efferent therapy by woman with HIV infection, with amniotic fluid outflow at 23 weeks with growth retardation syndrome of 2 fetus

Vladimir V. Vetrov, Dmitry O. Ivanov, Vitaly A. Reznik, Larisa A. Romanova, Tat'yana V. Melashenko, Ksenia A. Shandrenko, Tatiana A. Krivolesova
2020 Pediatrician (St Petersburg)  
In the article presents data on the management of a 48-year-old patient with HIV infection, urogenital infection with pregnancy, which occurred as a result of IVF, with premature effusion of amniotic fluid at 23 weeks of pregnancy with the syndrome of growth retardation of 2 fetus in monochoric diamniotic twins. After the discharge of the amniotic fluid, the patient was treated for six days in an infectious hospital, then transferred to the perinatal center, where blood tests noted
more » ... noted moderatemanifestations of endotoxicosis, increased levels of aminotransferases and an inflammatory reaction of the body. The course of treatment included detoxification methods (plasmapheresis, hemosorption, photomodification of blood with ultraviolet, laser rays), which contributed to the normalization of blood tests, prolongation of pregnancy for another three weeks in the absence of septic complications after operative childbirth in the mother and in newborn girls. At birth, 1 childs weight, body length and Apgar score were 750 g., 29 sm. and3/5points, respectively, in 2 children 590 g., 30 sm. and1/3points, respectively. The children required treatment from resuscitators, at the second stage of nursing, from rehabilitation specialists.
doi:10.17816/ped105101-104 fatcat:h22g4dp4draa5a5o6tqty4g7fq