TITLE

Diagnóstico y tratamiento de los trastornos tiroideos durante el embarazo: un enfoque para el cuidado integral del binomio madre-hijo

AUTHOR(S)
García Botina, Hernán David; Ramírez, Nathalia Córdoba; Builes Barrera, Carlos Alfonso
PUB. DATE
April 2013
SOURCE
Iatreia;abr-jun2013, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p172
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Thyroid disorders are frequent in women of reproductive age. However, they are often overlooked because their manifestations may be confused with those of the hypermetabolic state that is characteristic of pregnancy. To the physiological changes that occur during pregnancy -cardiovascular, pulmonary, hematological, immunological, etc., it is necessary to add modifications in the thyroid axis that presents different situations during pregnancy; those variations make it difficult to correctly diagnose and treat pathological situations. Disorders of thyroid axis have negative consequences on both mother and fetus, among them: preeclampsia, abortion, premature delivery and disorders of the fetal central nervous system. Treatment must be oriented to counteract the effects of either increased or diminished thyroid function; for that purpose, differences concerning requirements and safety of medicines must be taken into account. Presently there is controversy concerning routine screening of pregnant women for thyroid disorders; so far, the available tests are usually performed only in high-risk women.
ACCESSION #
87657930

 

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