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Turkish Journal of Reproductive Medicine and Surgery

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Gebelikte COVID-19 Enfeksiyonunda Enflamatuvar Yanıt ve Obstetrik Komplikasyonlar
Inflammatory Response to COVID-19 Infection During Pregnancy and Obstetrical Complications
Received Date : 03 May 2021
Accepted Date : 09 Jul 2021
Available Online : 16 Aug 2021
Doi: 10.24074/tjrms.2021-84258 - Makale Dili: TR
TJRMS. 2021;5(2):55-61
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2019 yılının sonlarında tespit edilen COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2 virüsü), 2020 yılının başında pandemi özelliği kazandı ve tüm dünyada milyonlarca kişinin enfekte olmasına sebep oldu. Hafif semptomlardan ölümcül çoklu organ yetmezliğine kadar geniş bir yelpazede etki gösterebilen bu hastalık maalesef birçok gebe kadında da izlendi. Gebeliğin COVID-19 kliniğini nasıl etkilediğine dair ortak bir görüş henüz oluşmadı. Erken dönem verileri, enfekte kadınlarda preterm doğum, intrauterin büyüme geriliği, düşük doğum ağırlığı gibi komplikasyonların daha sık görüldüğünü işaret ediyor. Hastalık hakkında daha çok bilgi birikimi oluştuğunda, tedavi seçeneklerinin de artmasıyla birlikte ileride olası komplikasyonların ve bunlara sebep olan ilişkilerin daha çok aydınlatılabileceği beklenmektedir.
ABSTRACT
COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2 Virus) was detected at the end of year 2019 and became a pandemic in early 2020. Millions of people were infected in the entire world. The clinical presentation varied from mild symptoms to multi organ failure and eventually death. The disease was unfortunately seen among many pregnant women. Pregnancy may be a risk factor for poor prognosis. Early data suggests that COVID-19 is associated with preterm birth, low birth weight and intrauterine growth restriction. Possible complications and associations that contribute to these complications are expected to be enlightened in the future as more studies will provide more information about the disease and make more treatment options available.
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