COVID-19: Problemas e cuidados no parto, no nascimento e no pós-parto / COVID-19: Problems and care in childbirth, birth and postpartum

Karinne Nancy Sena Rocha, Matheus Souza Alvim, Sofia Carneiro Mansur Silva, Andreza de Aguiar Mendes, Silvia Regina Seibel De Matos, Gustavo Miranda de Oliveira, Jennifer Ribeiro Rubim, Daniela Becker Flach, Ana Julia Morzelle

Abstract


A Síndrome respiratória aguda grave coronavírus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) é o vírus que causa a doença coronavírus 2019 (COVID-19).  As pacientes com COVID-19 sintomáticas para determinar se é obstetricamente viável remarcar a indução ou cesariana até que os resultados do teste COVID-19 estejam disponíveis, se o resultado do teste for positivo, os pacientes podem se beneficiar do parto, uma vez que podem ficar mais gravemente doentes com o tempo. O COVID-19 não é uma indicação para alterar a rota planejada de parto em pacientes assintomáticos ou pacientes com infecção não grave. O parto cesáreo não parece reduzir o baixo risco de infecção neonatal, para pacientes com doença grave ou crítica, a indução pode ser realizada com segurança, mas uma indução longa pode ser impraticável do ponto de vista logístico se a paciente estiver intubada e em trabalho de parto em uma sala de cirurgia ou unidade de terapia intensiva. 


Keywords


Parto, COVID-19, Período Pós-Parto.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.34119/bjhrv5n1-057

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