Regulation of heart rate in pregnant women with infectious risk
Objective - comprehensive study of the functional state of vegetative nervous system (VNS) in pregnant women with latent infection and realized infection. The observation involved 81 women with pregnancy of 28-40 weeks. The studied group included 33 pregnant women with latent infection and 28 realized infection. Parameters of cardiointervalography were studied.
On the basis of findings it can be stated that the changes in the reactivity of the VNS depending on the state and reactivity of the cardiovascular system are diverse on the nature of their manifestation. In pregnant women with physiological course of pregnancy a normal adaptive state was recorded. In pregnant women with latent infection a normal adaptive state was observed in 54.5 %, hyperadaptive - in 27.3 %, hypoadaptive - in 18.2 %, with realized infection - in 0; 49,9 and 57.1 %, respectively. Cardiointervalography is universal marker of adaptive responses. In infections in pregnant women are violated adaptive responses VNS. In pregnant women with latent infection disadaptive condition of VNS observed in 45.5 % of cases, while with realized infection - in 100 % with a slight prevalence of hypoadaptive state over hyperadaptive one.