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БЕЗОПАСНОЕ ИСПОЛЬЗОВАНИЕ ЛЕКАРСТВЕННЫХ СРЕДСТВ ВО ВРЕМЯ БЕРЕМЕННОСТИ В ФОКУСЕ МЕЖДУНАРОДНОЙ ПРАКТИКИ ОРГАНИЗАЦИИ СИСТЕМЫ ФАРМАКОНАДЗОРА И ТЕРАТОЛОГИЧЕСКОЙ ИНФОРМАЦИОННОЙ СЛУЖБЫ

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Аннотация

Безопасное использование лекарственных средств (ЛС) во время беременности является существенным для оптимизации здоровья самой женщины и ее будущего ребенка. Акушеры-гинекологи при этом часто сталкиваются с отсутствием основанной на доказательствах информации об использовании ЛС, предлагая женщине самостоятельно решать вопрос — превышает ли польза лечения для матери риски для нерожденного ребенка, основываясь на ограниченном количестве научных данных. Преконцепционное обсуждение реальных рисков и безопасного лечения уменьшает страхи пациенток и максимизирует фокус на безопасность терапии. Вместе с тем отсутствие адекватной информации в отношении безопасности большинства ЛС, используемых беременными женщинами, в совокупности с необходимостью принятия решений о соответствующем лечении и передачи информации о риске ЛС потенциально уязвимой популяции является наиболее проблематичным и критическим вопросом женского здоровья во время беременности.

Об авторах

К. А. Луцевич
Саратовский государственный медицинский университет им. В.И. Разумовского Минздрава Российской Федерации
Россия

доктор медицинских наук, профессор, заведующая кафедрой фармакологии ГБОУ ВПО «Саратовский государственный медицинский университет им. В.И. Разумовского» Минздравсоцразвития РФ



О. В. Решетько
Саратовский государственный медицинский университет им. В.И. Разумовского Минздрава Российской Федерации
Россия


И. И. Санина
Саратовский государственный медицинский университет им. В.И. Разумовского Минздрава Российской Федерации
Россия


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Луцевич К.А., Решетько О.В., Санина И.И. БЕЗОПАСНОЕ ИСПОЛЬЗОВАНИЕ ЛЕКАРСТВЕННЫХ СРЕДСТВ ВО ВРЕМЯ БЕРЕМЕННОСТИ В ФОКУСЕ МЕЖДУНАРОДНОЙ ПРАКТИКИ ОРГАНИЗАЦИИ СИСТЕМЫ ФАРМАКОНАДЗОРА И ТЕРАТОЛОГИЧЕСКОЙ ИНФОРМАЦИОННОЙ СЛУЖБЫ. Педиатрическая фармакология. 2012;9(6):40-47. https://doi.org/10.15690/pf.v9i6.517

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Lutsevich K.A., Reshetko O.V., Sanina I.I. SAFE USE OF DRUGS DURING PREGNANCY IN FOCUS OF INTERNATIONAL PRACTICE OF PHARMACOVIGILANCE SYSTEM AND TERATOLOGICAL INFORMATION SERVICE ORGANIZATION. Pediatric pharmacology. 2012;9(6):40-47. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.15690/pf.v9i6.517

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