The value of the 24-h proteinuria in evaluating the severity of preeclampsia and predicting its adverse maternal outcomes.

The value of the 24-h proteinuria in evaluating the severity of preeclampsia and predicting its adverse maternal outcomes. Hypertens Pregnancy. 2018 Jul 24;:1-8 Authors: Li B, Lin L, Yang H, Zhu Y, Wei Y, Li X, Chen D, Zhao X, Cui S, Ding H, Ding G, Meng H, Wei H, Sun X, Xin H Abstract BACKGROUND: To identify the 24-h proteinuria value with quantitative analysis and how it correlates with the severity of preeclampsia and subsequent adverse maternal outcomes in the Chinese population. STUDY DESIGN: Eleven hospitals in 10 provinces across China were chosen, in which 1,738 pregnant women complicated by hypertensive disorders of pregnancy (HDP) with the records of 24 h proteinuria were enrolled. They were allocated into four groups: patients with maximal quantified proteinuria
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Conclusion Pregnancy outcomes were unfavorable in both the PE without proteinuria and PE with proteinuria groups. Women with non-PE uncontrolled hypertension also had poor pregnancy outcomes, although their outcomes were better than those of women with PE.
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Publication date: Available online 12 December 2016 Source:Anesthesiology Clinics Author(s): Nerlyne K. Dhariwal, Grant C. LyndeTeaser Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy complicate approximately 10% of all deliveries in the United States and are a leading cause of maternal and fetal morbidity and mortality. Preeclampsia is defined as hypertension in association with proteinuria, thrombocytopenia, impaired liver function, renal insufficiency, pulmonary edema, or new-onset cerebral or visual disturbances. The greatest risk factor for the development of preeclampsia is a history of preeclampsia. There currently is no effect...
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Conditions:   Preeclampsia;   Hypertension;   Proteinuria;   Thrombocytopenia;   Renal Insufficiency;   Impaired Liver Function;   Pulmonary EdemaIntervention:   Sponsor:   Progenity, Inc.Recruiting - verified May 2016
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