The pathogen antigen detection rate of UU and CT in the cervical secretions in premature birth pregnant women 37.78%,CT 13.65% respectively and that in 100 normal pregnant women were 18% and 5% respectively, showing significant difference (P<0.005).
Results The positive rate of the Ct, Uu, Ct and Uu comblined infections in the samples of cervical secretions of the patients with tubal infertility are 26.2%, 64.3% and 14.3% respectively, while the positive rate of the Ct, Uu,Ct and Uu combined infections in the samples of the control groups were 5.9%, 11.8% and 0 respectively, showing a significant difference between the two groups(P<0.01).
Results: UU and CT of cervix secretion positive rates were 37.93% and 5.17% respectively, while those of amniotic fluid were 8.62 %, 4.31% respectively, and the transmitted intrauterine infection rate was about 27.66%.
MethodsMycoplasma culture and quick chlamydia antigen immune methods were used to detect UU and CT in cervix secretion of 102 cases with withered pregnancy cyst (observed group)and 86 cases of induced abortion at early stage pregnancy(control group).
Results: Uu and CT of cervix secretion positive rates were 37.93% and 5.17% respectively, while those of amniotic fluid were 0. Those of pregnant women fasting serum were 38.14% and 14.66%, and umbilical artery serum were 19.83% and 6.90%. Blood transmitted intrauterine infection rate was about 50%.
Results Within three days before delivery, the sensitivity, specificity, positive predictive value and negative predictive value of IGFBP-Ⅰ in the cervical discharge for prediction of delivery were 76.61%, 77.27%, 90.48% and 53.97%, respectively.
To study the relationship on infection of Ure-aplasm Urealyticum (UU), Chlamydia Trachomatis (CT) and threatened abortion. UU and CT in cervical discharge were detected by PCR technique in 63 threatened abortion patients, while culture was performed and 40 normal pregnancy cases were used as controls.