Background: HELLP syndome is a life-threatening condition complicating 0,5-0,9% of all pregnancies. It is characterized by endothelial dysfunction associated with microangiopathy. The syndrome is named after the triad of diagnostic criteria: Hemolysis, Elevated Liver enzyme levels, and Low Platelet levels, and it is mostly classified using The Mississippi-Triple Class System. The basic treatment usually involves early delivery, antihypertensive drugs, high-dose magnesium sulphate, corticosteroids and close monitoring of fluid balance and coagulation parameters. About 30% of the cases develop

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dc.contributor.author Bydžovská Ivana cs
dc.contributor.author Zemanová Dagmar cs
dc.contributor.author Gavendová Hana cs
dc.contributor.author Šimetka O. cs
dc.date.accessioned 2020-06-08T09:42:23Z
dc.date.available 25-02-2019 en
dc.date.available 2020-06-08T09:42:23Z
dc.date.issued 2018 cs
dc.identifier.uri https://dspace.tul.cz/handle/15240/155885
dc.format.extent 0 cs
dc.language.iso eng cs
dc.relation.ispartofseries 0 cs
dc.subject HELLP syndome cs
dc.title Background: HELLP syndome is a life-threatening condition complicating 0,5-0,9% of all pregnancies. It is characterized by endothelial dysfunction associated with microangiopathy. The syndrome is named after the triad of diagnostic criteria: Hemolysis, Elevated Liver enzyme levels, and Low Platelet levels, and it is mostly classified using The Mississippi-Triple Class System. The basic treatment usually involves early delivery, antihypertensive drugs, high-dose magnesium sulphate, corticosteroids and close monitoring of fluid balance and coagulation parameters. About 30% of the cases develop cs
dc.date.updated 29-04-2019 en
local.identifier.publikace 6514


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