Saratov JOURNAL of Medical and Scientific Research

Lowinvasive technologies and hemostasis system at a hysteromyoma

Year: 2011, volume 7 Issue: №3 Pages: 587-592
Heading: Obstetrics and Gynecology Article type: Original article
Authors: Rogozhina I.E., Khvorostukhina N.F.
Organization: Saratov State Medical University

Research objective. Study of condition of hemostasis system at patients with hysteromyoma complicated by bleeding; comparative estimation of hemostasis indicators at patients with uterine arteries embolization (the basic group n=48) and abdominal hysterectomy (comparison group n=65). Materials and methods. Complex study of the basic hemogram parameters and hemostasis at 162 patients with hysteromyoma and 30 patients without marked genital pathology (the II control group) was carried out. 48 patients formed the main group which was subjected to uterine arteries embolization for bleeding break; 65 patients (the comparative group) were surgically operated upon abdominal hysterectomy; 49 patients with hysteromyoma had no bleedings and formed the control group. Research of hemostasis system was carried out by means of test-tube method, and also by plotting set for express-diagnostics, analysis of thrombocyte unit of hemostasis system was realized with 2-channel analyzer of thrombocyte aggregation «Biola» — LA 230. Results. Presented analysis of hemostasiogram parameters allows to state development of chronic DIC-syndrome in women with hysteromyoma. Reliable shortening of coagulation index, decrease of thrombocyte aggregation function in comparison to the control group data were revealed. Conclusion. Development of hyper coagulation with increase of paracoagulative products with simultaneous activation of fibrinolysis processes in all the patients with hysteromyoma was revealed. Minimal effect of embolization of uterine arteries to hemostasis system in patients with hysteromyoma was marked. And they were intensified after surgical treatment, which is the evidence of definite advantages of this method unlike of hysterectomy

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