Ir J Med Sci (2017) 186:707–713 DOI 10.1007/s11845-017-1569-0 ORIGINAL ARTICLE Obstetric outcomes of recurrent pregnancy loss patients diagnosed wıth inherited thrombophilia 1 1 2 3 3 • • • • • C. Karadag˘ T. Yoldemir S. D. Karadag˘ C. Inan Z. N. Dolgun L. Aslanova Received: 6 May 2016 / Accepted: 27 January 2017 / Published online: 7 February 2017 Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland 2017 Abstract higher in the thrombophilic group [16 (15%) vs 6 (6%) Background Recurrent pregnancy loss (RPL) is deﬁned by p \ 0.05]. The number of preterm births was signiﬁcantly two or more failed pregnancies. The relation between RPL higher than that of the controls [25 (23%) vs 10 (10%) and inherited thrombophilia requires anticoagulant therapy p \ 0.05]. The median gestation age of delivery was during pregnancy. However the obstetric outcomes have 35 weeks for thrombophilic patients and 38 weeks for not been well deﬁned in these RPL patients diagnosed with controls (p \ 0.05). inherited thrombophilia, who have been given anticoagu- Conclusion The RPL patients diagnosed with inherited lant therapy. thrombophilia and who were given LMWH with low-dose Aim To investigate the obstetric outcomes in pregnant aspirin had higher live-birth rates
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Published: Feb 7, 2017
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