Improvement of postoperative care in women with genital prolapse


  • Г. Б. Семенина Lviv National Medical University named after Danylo Galitskyi, Ukraine



genital prolapse, depantol, postoperative period


The study searched for ways to optimize management of the postoperative period in women with genital prolapse by intensification of trophic, regenerative processes in tissues and reduce the incidence of infectious complications.

Examination of 57 women with genital prolapse shown that topical application of additional combined preparation containing dexpanthenol and chlorhexidine (n = 30) improves the clinical efficacy of therapy in postoperative period compared to the routine treatment (n = 27).

Author Biography

Г. Б. Семенина, Lviv National Medical University named after Danylo Galitskyi

PhD, assistant professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology Department


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How to Cite

Семенина, Г. Б. (2015). Improvement of postoperative care in women with genital prolapse. REPRODUCTIVE ENDOCRINOLOGY, (24), 86–90.



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