COMPARATIVE CHARACTERISTICS OF RISK FACTORS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF GALLBLADDER PATHOLOGY IN PREGNANT WOMEN
Background. Recently, especially among women of reproductive age, the observation of obstetric complications due to the presence of biliary tract pathology is increasing. In some cases, combined pathologies cause serious complications during pregnancy and childbirth.
Purpose. A comparative study of risk factors for the development of gallbladder pathology in pregnant women
Methods. In order to compare risk factors, pregnant women with gall bladder pathology were observed, as were pregnant women with hypertension and without biliary pathology.
Results. Among the research subjects, the majority are women with multiple births, obesity, and obstetric and gynecological complications.
Conclusion. The following risk factors were identified in the development of biliary diseases in pregnant women: older reproductive age, hypodynamic lifestyle, genetic factor, high parity, obesity.