The pandemic associated with the spread of coronavirus infection has been an ordeal for all medical workers in the world. The aim of this study was to conduct a factor analysis of the risk of developing a severe course of the disease in pregnant women infected with coronavirus infection. 104 case histories of pregnant women with COVID-19 were retrospectively analyzed. Overweight pregnant women are at increased risk of developing severe disease as a result of coronavirus infection. The risk factor for the development of complications during pregnancy is aggravated obstetrical and somatic anamnesis. Coronavirus infection has an indirect aggravating effect on the existing somatic pathology of the pregnant woman.
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Nadyrkhanova, N.S.; Karimova, L.A.; and Akhmadiev, E.
"SARS-COV-2 (COVID-19) CORONAVIRUS INFECTION IN PREGNANT WOMEN,"
Central Asian Journal of Pediatrics: Vol. 2021
, Article 6.
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