The leading doctors of the ISIDA clinic not only adopt the experience of foreign specialists in the field of diagnosis and treatment of all forms of male and female infertility, but they themselves are happy to share their own knowledge and discoveries with domestic colleagues. So, Svetlana Shiyanova, chief physician of the Infertility Treatment Center, reproductologist of the ISIDA clinic, spoke at the one-day profilab conference “Meetings of professionals: infections in obstetrics and gynecology”, which took place on April 20 at the site of the EXTEMPORE publishing house. At the conference, Dr. Shiyanova presented a report on “Chronic endometritis” to the participants. In her report, Svetlana Shiyanova revealed the problem of the inflammatory process of the uterine cavity – the most important factor in embryo implantation disorders, both in the case of natural fertilization and in vitro fertilization (IVF).
With the emergence of such a concept as the microbiome in medicine and the emergence of fundamental research on this topic, the understanding of infectious diseases has also changed among practitioners. It was through the prism of modern knowledge about infections in obstetrics and gynecology that the conference participants sought answers to the questions “How to choose the correct therapy for urogenital infections?”, “What are the latest recommendations of professional associations on the management of infections during pregnancy?”, etc.
Well-known Ukrainian experts in the field of obstetrics, gynecology, infectious diseases and microbiology made presentations at the conference. In particular, Candidate of Medical Sciences, obstetrician-gynecologist, fetal surgeon, reproductologist Viktor Oshovsky presented the report “Infections during pregnancy”. In this work, the principles of examination and management of pregnant women in the presence of infectious diseases that may pose risks to fetal health are considered.
Professor Nadezhda Boyko, Head of the Department of Clinical Laboratory Diagnostics and Pharmacology, Director of the Research and Training Center for Molecular Microbiology and Immunology of Mucous Membranes (NUC MMISO), presented a report on the impact of the human microbiome on his health and predisposition to diseases.
“The possibility of targeted correction outlined in the report in the case of high-quality preliminary screening is particularly inspiring. It is hoped that practitioners will soon have a powerful tool not only for examination for vaginal infections, but also the ability to restore balance taking into account the individual characteristics of a woman.” Svetlana Shiyanova shared her impressions of the report.
ISIDA clinic specialists are always interested in studying the latest research related to reproductive medicine, collecting up-to-date information and using it in the treatment of all forms of infertility. We strive to make every effort to fulfill your dream of becoming parents!