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THERAPEUTIC STRATEGIES FOR THE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF PREECLAMPSIA

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3
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2017

V. Reznik (1), Candidate of Medical Sciences; Professor N. Tapilskaya (1), MD; Professor S. Gaidukov (1), MD; Professor Yu. Aleksandrovich (1), MD; O. Ryazanova (1), Candidate of Medical Sciences; Professor A. Bagrov (2), MD 1-Saint Petersburg State Pediatric University 2-I.M. Sechenov Institute of Evolutionary Physiology and Biochemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences, Saint Petersburg

In conditions accompanied by an increase in the volume of circulating fluid (sodium-dependent hypertension, preeclampsia), there are elevated plasma concentrations of one of the key endogenous digitalis-like factors of marinobufagenin. Clinical trials investigate the efficacy of antibodies to digitalis-like substances in the treatment of preeclampsia.

Keywords: 
obstetrics and gynecology
preeclampsia
intrauterine growth restriction syndrome
prevention
treatment



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