toxemia of pregnancy

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Synonyms for toxemia of pregnancy

an abnormal condition of pregnancy characterized by hypertension and edema and protein in the urine

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Socioeconomical pathology as determinant of regional differences in the prevalence of metabolic syndrome and pregnancy-induced hypertension.
We found that not only did higher gestational weight gain proportion increased the risk of pregnancy-induced hypertension but also women who were in the highest quartile of energy intake had increased risk of developing this syndrome.
Other nutritional interventions that may help prevent pregnancy-induced hypertension and preeclampsia include increasing dietary protein intake and supplementing with vitamin B6 and calcium.
In the analysis of birth records linked to the survey, PFOA was unrelated to pregnancy-induced hypertension or preterm birth but showed some suggestion of an association with early preterm birth.
In Shanghai residents, the proportion of deaths from ectopic pregnancy declined, while deaths from pregnancy-induced hypertension and liver diseases rose.
Clients were matched to comparison subjects based on maternal age, race, education, smoking status, TANF receipt, history of receiving food stamps, history of pregnancy-induced hypertension, history of gestational diabetes, and zip code.
Psychosocial Work stress and pregnancy-induced Hypertension.
His wife Analisa, 29, underwent a Caesarian section at 31 weeks after she suffered from temporary blindness, vomiting episodes due to a severe form of pre-eclampsia and a pregnancy-induced hypertension that threatened the lives of both mother and child.
5% of the 116 had pregnancy-induced hypertension, compared with just 9.
He ordered testing to rule out pregnancy-induced hypertension and recommended bed rest and close observation of the blood pressure.
The trial cohort included only singleton pregnancies and excluded pregnancies with congenital or chromosomal abnormalities, chronic or pregnancy-induced hypertension, preeclampsia, gestational or pregestational diabetes, placental abruption, and placenta previa.
David Glendinning, for the NMC, said: "Mrs A was a known hypertensive with a history of pregnancy-induced hypertension.
Polycystic ovary syndrome and its potential role in the pathogenesis of pregnancy-induced hypertension
2-fold increased risk of pregnancy-induced hypertension, compared with women without the sleep disorder, according to a poster presentation at the International Conference of the American Thoracic Society.
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