Analysis of Risk Factors for Hypoxic Damages of Newborn's Central Nervous System

Authors

  • Khodjaeva Svetlana Atakhanovna Samarkand State Medical University, Samarkand, Uzbekistan
  • Pardayeva Uguloy Djamalovna Samarkand State Medical University, Samarkand, Uzbekistan
  • Kayumova Shakhlo Shukhratovna Samarkand State Medical University, Samarkand, Uzbekistan

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.51699/ijhsms.v3i2.3440

Keywords:

perinatal damage of the central nervous system, newborns, risk factors, modifying risk factors, perinatal encephalopath

Abstract

Currently, perinatal damage to the central nervous system of newborns occupies
an important place in the structure of pathology of young children, which is associated
with high prevalence, severity of clinical manifestations and the risk of disability formation. The purpose of our study was to determine the significance of risk factors for the development and to develop criteria for the severity of hypoxic-ischemic CNS damage in newborns. We examined 120 newborns with moderate to severe perinatal CNS damage. The examination consisted of the collection of maternal history, which included information on somatic and gynecological diseases, the course of this pregnancy, childbirth, general clinical examination methods, examination of a newborn with an assessment of somatic and neurological status. The results of the study showed that modifying risk factors for the development of moderate perinatal encephalopathy are the threat of miscarriage, toxicosis, the age of the mother over 35 years old, moderate anemia, acute upper respiratory tract infections, gynecological pathology, taking antifungal drugs, rapid and
protracted childbirth, weak birth activity. We also found that the modifying risk factors for the development of severe perinatal encephalopathy are stillbirth, bad habits in the father, closely related marriage, obesity, chronic foci of infection, acute bacterial infectious diseases, urogenital infection, NSAIDs, rapid and protracted childbirth, chronic fetal hypoxia

 

 

 

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Published

2024-02-07

How to Cite

Atakhanovna, K. S. ., Djamalovna, P. U. ., & Shukhratovna, K. S. (2024). Analysis of Risk Factors for Hypoxic Damages of Newborn’s Central Nervous System. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEALTH SYSTEMS AND MEDICAL SCIENCES, 3(2), 21–25. https://doi.org/10.51699/ijhsms.v3i2.3440

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