pre-eclamptic


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pre-eclamptic

n
(Gynaecology & Obstetrics) a woman suffering from pre-eclampsia
adj
1. (Gynaecology & Obstetrics) of or pertaining to pre-eclampsia
2. (Gynaecology & Obstetrics) (of a woman) suffering from pre-eclampsia
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The study was undertaken to determine the changes in lipid profile and oxidative stress parameters in cord and maternal blood of 50 pre-eclamptic women during delivery.
Studies on the urinary excretion of "xanthurenic acid" during normal and abnormal pregnancy: A survey of the excretion of "xanthurenic acid" in normal nonpregnant, normal pregnant, pre-eclamptic, and eclamptic women.
All pregnant women were not known hypertensive; diabetic and pre-eclamptic.
Cardiovascular effects of aerobic exercise Training in formerly pre-eclamptic women and healthy parous control subjects.
8] More than a quarter of our patients (29% of pre-eclamptic near-misses and 26% of near-misses with medical disease) had risk factors for hypertension in pregnancy, had an underlying medical condition but booked after 20 weeks' gestation, or had inadequate antenatal care due to noncompliance with the required antenatal visits.
Cerebrovascular dysfunction in pre-eclamptic pregnancies.
Yuan et al have compared 23 pregnant women with pre-eclampsia with a control group and have shown more prevalent carotid arterial hypertrophy and remodeling in carotid arteries of pre-eclamptic women, compared to normotensive pregnant women.
Levels of serum calcium and magnesium in pre-eclamptic and normal pregnancy: a study from coastal India.
PRES is an obstetric emergency frequently occurring in a pregnant or puerperal woman usually the first 48 hours postpartum, as a consequence of eclampsia, which is characterized by the development of generalized convulsions preceded by pre-eclamptic syndrome of proteinuria and hypertension [11,12].
It could be: 6 Pre-eclamptic toxaemia (PET), a condition which shows itself in the last trimester of pregnancy with raised blood pressure and protein in the urine.
Our study showed that a significant number of pre-eclamptic pregnancies also occur for the first time in parous women.
In Saudi Arabia, a prospective, cohort study looking at body mass index (BMI) and obstetric outcomes found that obesity was associated with an increased risk of gestational diabetes, gestational hypertension, pre-eclamptic toxemia, and cesarean sections.