Female Military Personnel, Pregnancy & Exposure to Occupational Hazards

Research Paper Title

Therapeutic Morbidity Rate among Female Military Personnel, with Exposure to Occupational Hazards in the Period of Service in the Armed Forces its Influence on the Course of Pregnancy and Fetal Development.

Abstract

The study was made into therapeutic incidence among female military personnel who had contact with various kinds of occupational hazards in the period of military service, its impact on pregnancy and fetal development. Special attention was also paid to long-term consequences of obstetric and therapeutic pathological comorbidity on the development of the child.

It has been established, that in the spectrum of therapeutic morbidity among female military personnel chronic gastritis, pyelonephritis and autoimmune thyroiditis prevail and often have a chronic stress as a background for their development.

Children born to mothers, who in the period of pregnancy showed the combination of chronic pyelonephritis, autoimmune thyroiditis and late gestosis are a group of high risk for the development of the intracranial hypertension in children and/or infectious diseases.

Reference

Negrusha, N.A., Gordienko, A.V. & Shmidt, A.A. (2012) Therapeutic Morbidity Rate among Female Military Personnel, with Exposure to Occupational Hazards in the Period of Service in the Armed Forces its Influence on the Course of Pregnancy and Fetal Development. Veonno-Meditsinskii Zhurnal. 333(8), pp.30-34.

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