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  • 1 Magyar Honvédség Egészségügyi Központ, Budapest, Róbert Károly krt. 44., 1134
  • 2 Semmelweis Egyetem, Budapest
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Absztrakt

A graviditás alatt jelentkező ischaemiás stroke jelentős tényezője mind az anyai, mind a magzati morbiditásnak és mortalitásnak. A terhesség és gyermekágy során észlelt nagyobb kockázatot egyfelől a graviditással összefüggő haemostaseologiai és hemodinamikai változások, másfelől különböző, a terhességre specifikus és nem specifikus kockázati faktorok eredményezik. A diagnosztika, akut terápia és prevenció területén fontos kérdés a beavatkozások esetleges magzatkárosító veszélye. Multicentrikus regiszter létrehozása mindenképpen kívánatos volna a terhességi stroke alaposabb megismeréséhez. Tekintettel arra, hogy nagy esetszámú, randomizált, kontrollált vizsgálatok és ezekre alapozott definitív irányelvek nem állnak rendelkezésre, a terhesség alatt jelentkező akut stroke során minden esetben szakértők bevonásával és a haszon-kockázat megfelelő értékelésével kell egyénre szabott döntést hozni. Orv. Hetil., 2016, 157(20), 763–766.

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