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Diagnosis, evaluation, and management of the hypertensive disorders of pregnancy: executive summary.
Hydralazine for treatment of severe hypertension in pregnancy: meta-analysis
- L. Magee, C. Cham, E. J. Waterman, A. Ohlsson, P. von Dadelszen
- MedicineBMJ : British Medical Journal
- 23 October 2003
The results are not robust enough to guide clinical practice, but they do not support use of hydralazine as first line for treatment of severe hypertension in pregnancy.
Subclassification of Preeclampsia
- P. von Dadelszen, L. Magee, James M. Roberts
- Medicine, BiologyHypertension in pregnancy
- 1 January 2003
A first step would be to subdivide preeclampsia into early‐onset disease (< 34 + 0 weeks') and late onset disease (> 34 +0 weeks').
Redefining preeclampsia using placenta-derived biomarkers.
The classic definitions of preeclampsia have become outdated and that the definition could be modernized to take account of the current understanding of disease pathophysiology, and a first step is proposed that incorporates the placental biomarker placenta growth factor (PlGF).
Excess syncytiotrophoblast microparticle shedding is a feature of early-onset pre-eclampsia, but not normotensive intrauterine growth restriction.
Change in the Incidence of Stillbirth and Preterm Delivery During the COVID-19 Pandemic.
- A. Khalil, P. von Dadelszen, T. Draycott, A. Ugwumadu, P. O’brien, L. Magee
- 10 July 2020
This study compares pregnancy outcomes, including rates of stillbirth, preterm and cesarean delivery, and neonatal unit admission in the months preceding vs during the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic at a London university hospital.
Measuring maternal health: focus on maternal morbidity.
- T. Firoz, D. Chou, L. Say
- Political Science, MedicineBulletin of the World Health Organization
- 6 August 2013
If a 75% reduction in maternal mortality between 1990 and 2015 – the target set under Millennium Development Goal 5 – is to be attained, the authors must redouble their efforts.
Does cesarean section reduce postpartum urinary incontinence? A systematic review.
Although short-term occurrence of any degree of postpartum stress urinary incontinence is reduced with cesarean section, severe symptoms are equivalent by mode of birth and must be considered in the context of associated maternal and newborn morbidity and mortality.
Maternal vitamin D status in pregnancy and adverse pregnancy outcomes in a group at high risk for pre‐eclampsia
- A. Shand, N. Nassar, P. von Dadelszen, S. Innis, T. Green
- MedicineBJOG : an international journal of obstetrics and…
- 1 December 2010
Please cite this paper as: Shand A, Nassar N, Von Dadelszen P, Innis S, Green T. Maternal vitamin D status in pregnancy and adverse pregnancy outcomes in a group at high risk for pre‐eclampsia. BJOG…