Brief clinical guidelines. Management of pregnant, parturient, and postpartum women with novel coronavirus infection (COVID-19). ICD-10: U07.2, U07.1 (Version 2.0 of 11/01/2021)

DOI: https://doi.org/10.17816/JOWDS20204


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The Brief Clinical Practice Guidelines are a study guide that provides the most relevant information about the new coronavirus infection - COVID-19. The recommendations were developed by a working group created under the Governor of St. Petersburg, which included experts - obstetricians-gynecologists, anesthesiologists-resuscitators, clinical pharmacologists, cardiologists, healthcare organizers, as an information resource for specialists working in the field of maternal and child health.
The publication is intended for doctors - obstetricians-gynecologists, anesthesiologists-resuscitators, emergency doctors and other specialists working in the field of providing medical care to pregnant women, women in labor and postpartum women in St. Petersburg and the Northwestern Federal District, as well as clinical residents.

 

Authors

  • Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor V.F. Bezhenar
  • Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor E.K. Ailamazyan
  • Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor I.E. Zazerskaya
  • Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor D.O. Ivanov
  • Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor B.V. Arakelyan
  • Doctor of Medical Sciences, Associate Professor A.E. Bautin
  • Candidate of Medical Sciences O.A. Betticher
  • Candidate of Medical Sciences G.V. Grinenko
  • Candidate of Medical Sciences Yu.V. Dolgo-Saburova
  • Candidate of Medical Sciences T.Yu. Zhemchuzhina
  • Candidate of Medical Sciences K.A. Zagorodnikova
  • Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor M.S. Zainulina
  • Candidate of Medical Sciences, Associate Professor A.B. Ilyin
  • Candidate of Medical Sciences, M.F. Ippolitova
  • Candidate of Medical Sciences, Associate Professor A.N. Kucheryavenko
  • Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor V.A. Mazurok
  • Candidate of Medical Sciences I.M. Nesterov
  • Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor V.A. Shapkayts

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