THE COURSE OF THE POSTPARTUM PERIOD IN WOMEN WITH SEVERE PREECLAMPSIA, DEPENDING ON THE METHOD OF DELIVERY

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Kosimova Dilnoza Sayotovna

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Preeclampsia is one of the most serious complications of the postpartum period, posing the same risk to the life of mother and child. Preeclampsia disrupts the activity of vital organs such as the kidneys, brain, liver, and lungs. According to the WHO, 28% of pregnancies have a predominant hypertensive preeclampsia (H. Critchley et all. 2018). After experiencing preeclampsia, its consequences can be seen not only in the postpartum period, but also in the later period of life, especially in the brain (MS Abdullakhadjaeva, N.E. Eletskaya et al. 2020; N.M. Mazurskaya, M.V.Feodorova et al. 2019; Z. V. Vasileva, A.V.Tyagunova et al., 2019). The purpose of this article is to analyze, summarize and draw conclusions from the information provided by the authors.

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