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BOGDAN-MORARU, Aliona; PALADI, Gheorghe; CURTEANU, Ala; GURĂU, Valentina. Implementarea standartelor europene privind înregistrarea copiilor cu masa extrem de mică (500-1000g) în Republica Moldova. In: Buletin de Perinatologie. 2018, nr. 3(79), pp. 3-8. ISSN 1810-5289.
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This article presents the results of a retrospective and prospective research that included 830 preterm births between 22-28 gestation weeks and 853 extremely low birth weight newborns (500-1000g). The second stage of the investigation (2013-2015 years) deals with the infl uence of preterm deliveries with premature rupture of membranes on mortality and morbidity indicators among children depending on the gestation period and the method of delivery (spontaneous delivery or delivery with expectant management). The goal of the study: During this particular study were analyzed all the medical and socio-demographic particularities of the pregnant women, determining the incidence of such births, the evidence of particularities in pregnancy and birth evolution, perinatal losses establishment and survival rate of newborns dependent on the terms of gestation and birth weight. Materials and methods: It was used the information from the Statistic wear book of the National Bureau of Statistics of the Ministry of Health, the clinical and laboratory data obtained from the observation records of mother’s, newborns of Neonatal Departament of Intensive Care and Resuscitation and the data from the observation questionnaire. Results: The study results established a 0,4% incidence of premature birhs between 22-28 weeks gestation terms out of total number of births and 9,2% from the number of premature births. Most pregnant women included in the survey belonged to disadvantaged social group, with low level of education (64,9%). One of fi ve pregnant women was not on the recorded evidence of a family doctor and the fi rst time that they asked for medical care was in the early process of triggering the birth wirh premature rupture of the amniotic membranes preterm. Conclusions: The studied perinatal losses among children born with extremely low birth weight 500-1000g, showed a far lower rate (26,2%) of survival compared with similar indicators in the economic developed countries. Of all children born till 25 weeks of gestation, the survival rate was 10,3%. From 527 newborns alive, 60% died in the early neonatal period. Taking into consideration the results, conclusions and recommendations were formulated, aimed to improving the medical care of pregnant women with eminent abortion, as well as of children born with extremely low birth weight 500-1000g, 22-28 weeks of gestation terms. The comparative analysis of two methods of delivery showed no signifi cant differences in perinatal mortality. However, morbidity indicators proved to be much higher in case of preterm delivery with premature rupture of membranes with expectant management.
premature births, children with extremely low birth weight, perinatal mortality.