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Department of Pregnancy Pathology and Extragenital Pathology

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Pregnancy risk

While most pregnancies proceed normally, some require special care. This may be due to different abnormalities from the normal course of pregnancy. The “pregnancy risk group” includes women with hypertension, varicose veins, heart disease, bronchial asthma, pyelonephritis or oth. Sometimes woman in labour need a qualified medical support from the first weeks of pregnancy in order to carry a healthy child or children.


The preservation of pregnancy

Our task is to manage  pregnant women with pathology, support in the event of complications of pregnancy in the form of a qualified round-the-clock care. We provide the highly qualified obstetric care on a planned and emergency basis around the clock.


Our doctors specialize in assisting pregnant women in cases such as:

  • miscarriage of various etiology;
  • diseases of vision organs;
  • multiple pregnancy;
  • antiphospholipid syndrome and thrombophilia;
  • heart disease;
  • benign tumors;
  • Rh- and ABO-conflicts;
  • premature rupture of membranes.

Depending on the medical situation, different specialists may work on the treatment plan: obstetricians-gynecologists, geneticists, hematologists, therapists, psychotherapists, emergency physicians. We use safe methods of diagnosis and drug therapy, as well as surgical treatment of pregnant women.



All wards in the Department of Pregnancy Pathology, Extragenital Pathology, Fetal Medicine and Early Pregnancy are suitable for 1-2 pregnant women. 



The Department is provided with modern equipment to carry out continuous monitoring of the condition of the mother and the child, safe and effective treatment of various obstetric and extragenital pathologies.


The preservation of pregnancy in the Perinatal Center is a guarantee of safety for your life and the life of your child. You are under constant supervision of competent professionals providing timely assistance.

  • Phone number:(044) 529-03-22
  • Head of the Department:Semenchenko Tatiana Aleksandrovna