ANALYSIS OF PERINATAL LOSSES

ANALYSIS OF PERINATAL LOSSES

Authors

  • ARMEN K. BLBULYAN
  • RAZMIK A. ABRAHAMYAN
  • LUSINE R. ABRAHAMYAN
  • RUZANNA R. ABRAHAMYAN
  • GEGHAM K. GHARDYAN

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.52340/jecm.2023.05.07

Keywords:

perinatal loss, reproductive anamnesis, antigenic overload

Abstract

From a demographic point of view, perinatal losses are fundamentally different from deaths in other age groups, because each unborn child and dead infant is a loss of biological potential and human capital. This article presents data from a study of 500 women at risk of perinatal loss, 528 women of reproductive age with a complicated obstetric anamnesis, and 87 cases of neonatal death.

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Author Biographies

ARMEN K. BLBULYAN

Republican Institute of Reproductive Health, Perinatology, Obstetrics and Gynecology

Yerevan State Medical University named after Mkhitar Heratsi; Yerevan, Republic of Armenia

RAZMIK A. ABRAHAMYAN

Republican Institute of Reproductive Health, Perinatology, Obstetrics and Gynecology

Yerevan State Medical University named after Mkhitar Heratsi; Yerevan, Republic of Armenia

LUSINE R. ABRAHAMYAN

Republican Institute of Reproductive Health, Perinatology, Obstetrics and Gynecology

Yerevan State Medical University named after Mkhitar Heratsi; Yerevan, Republic of Armenia

RUZANNA R. ABRAHAMYAN

Republican Institute of Reproductive Health, Perinatology, Obstetrics and Gynecology

GEGHAM K. GHARDYAN

Republican Institute of Reproductive Health, Perinatology, Obstetrics and Gynecology

Yerevan State Medical University named after Mkhitar Heratsi; Yerevan, Republic of Armenia

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Published

2023-10-12

How to Cite

BLBULYAN, A. K., ABRAHAMYAN, R. A., ABRAHAMYAN, L. R., ABRAHAMYAN, R. R., & GHARDYAN, G. K. (2023). ANALYSIS OF PERINATAL LOSSES. Experimental and Clinical Medicine Georgia, (5). https://doi.org/10.52340/jecm.2023.05.07

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