L. Vasilyeva, E. Nikitina, S. Tsarova, L. Gulyaeva, V. Werbitzky
Аbstract: The article analyzes the features of the course of pregnancy in 110 women hospitalized in the Healthcare Institution “6th City Clinical Hospital” of Minsk for SARS CoV-2 coronavirus infection in April-October 2020. The authors studied the anamnestic data of pregnant women, analyzed the clinical data and the data from the instrumental and laboratory examinations of pregnant women with SARS CoV-2 coronavirus infection in the Republic of Belarus. A comparative analysis was carried out dealing with the treatment of pregnant women for coronavirus infection with SARS CoV-2 in a hospital setting.
keywords: pregnant women with coronavirus infection SARS CoV-2, pneumonia, blood test, coagulogram

for references: L. Vasilyeva, E. Nikitina, S. Tsarova, L. Gulyaeva, V. Werbitzky. SARS Co-V-2 coronaviral infection in pregnant women (clinical data USE “6 City Clinical Hospital”). Neotlozhnaya kardiologiya i kardiovaskulyarnye riski [Emergency cardiology and cardiovascular risks], 2021, vol. 5, no. 1, pp. 1190–1194.

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