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VOMITING IN PREGNANT WOMEN: IS EVERYTHING ALWAYS SO WELL?

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Issue: 
4
Year: 
2015

M. Mareeva (1); Professor V. Petrukhin (1), MD; S. Mravyan (1); I. Shuginin (1); Professor E. Belousova (2), MD; N. Nikitina (2), Candidate of Medical Sciences 1 -Moscow Regional Research Institute of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Moscow 2 -M.F. Vladimirsky Moscow Regional Research Clinical Institute, Moscow

The occurrence of vomiting in pregnant women at different gestational ages may be associated with the development of hyperrenin secondary aldosteronism with normal blood pressure. At the same time, the prognosis may be very unfavorable for the mother and fetus.

Keywords: 
aldosteronism
hypokalemia
pregnancy
pseudo-Bartter syndrome



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