Special Issue "The Materno-Fetal Outcome of Pregnancies in Chronic Diseases"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (25 December 2022) | Viewed by 5116
Interests: rheumatic diseases; musculoskeletal ultrasound; capillaroscopy
Interests: diabetes; nutrition; metabolic diseases; chronic kidney disease
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At their reproductive age, patients with chronic conditions have a higher risk of pregnancy complications, both maternal and fetal. Chronic illnesses and risk factors have been associated over time with maternal complications, gestational diabetes and pre-eclampsia (the latter being the most prevalent). Nevertheless, the extent of chronic diseases is vast, ranging from cardiovascular, endocrine, nutritional, neurologic, rheumatic, hematologic, nephrology, to ophthalmologic and even dermatologic conditions. The study of maternal and fetal outcomes of pregnancy in chronic diseases is of great importance in order to help our patients plan a pregnancy, better define medication compatibility, to have a favorable maternal and fetal outcome and also better understand the long-term effects on children. Familial aggregation represents the Achilles’ heel among patients with chronic diseases who plan a pregnancy, due to the fear of transmission. The aim of this Special Issue is to better understand the complex situations that may arise during pregnancy in patients with chronic illnesses, to establish the most prevalent adverse pregnancy events and the transmissibility of certain diseases. We are delighted to invite you to submit your papers covering your clinical experience, as well as the current knowledge and recommendations in this domain.
Dr. Anca Emanuela Mușetescu
Dr. Anca Pantea Stoian
Dr. Anca Bobircă
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- pregnancy in chronic diseases
- pregnancy outcome
- children follow- up
- familial aggregation