CHARACTERISTICS OF OPPORTUNISTIC INFECTIONS IN THE BLOOD OF PREGNANT WOMEN AND NEWBORNS
G.U. Asymbekova, A.O. Atykanov, O.Zh. Uzakov, Ya.V. Ten
The article presents data from a survey of 166 pregnant women and 67 newborns at the "Clinic of Professor G.U. Asymbekova" for the period 2019-2020, for the presence of opportunistic infections in the blood serum. 1340 studies were carried out to determine rubella, toxoplasma, cytomegalovirus (CMV), herpes simplex virus (HSV) types 1 and 2, chlamydia - trachomatis, mycoplasma - hominis, ureaplasma - urealyticum, trichomonas - vaginalis by enzyme immunoassay (ELISA) (enzyme immunoassay) Ig) of class G, M, A by diagnostic test systems of "VEKTOR" company (Russia).
It was found that in pregnant women, infection occurred before pregnancy, and during pregnancy, there was no acute phase of infection. Positive titers of IgG antibodies and the absence of IgM antibodies in newborn babies indicate the transmission of IgG antibodies during pregnancy from the mother, as well as the absence of acute infection.
Keywords: Pregnant women, newborn children, opportunistic infections, immunoglobulins, antibodies.