[Hemodynamic status of the mother and fetus in pregnant women with gestosis during abdominal delivery under different anesthesia methods].Anesteziol Reanimatol. 2001 Jan-FebAR
Pregnants in the third trimester with medium- and severe gestosis were divided into 3 groups according to types of maternal and fetal hemodynamics: 1) controls (n = 58 pts); 2) eukinetic type (n = 54 pts); and 3) hypokinetic type (n = 55 pts). Each group was subdivided into 3 subgroups according to administered types of anesthesia for cesarean section (epidural, spinal, and general). Central hemodynamics of the mother, fetus, and fetoplacental complex was studied. Use of different anesthesias in woman with normal pregnancy did not affect the hemodynamics, and therefore any type of anesthesia can be used in cesarean section. In pregnants with gestosis, the eukinetic hemodynamic and compensated or subcompensated placental insufficiency the optimal anesthesia was epidural and spinal. For pregnant with hypokinetic circulation and subcompensated or decompensated placental insufficiency epidural anesthesia is preferable.