Tim Shuttleworth

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Forty patients participated in a randomized controlled trial of complete bed rest versus ambulation as desired in the management of proteinuric hypertension during pregnancy. Daily increases in serum human placental lactogen and oestriol concentrations were greater in the rested group. An especially 'at risk' group of 10 patients with both hyperuricaemia(More)
Plasma urea and urate concentrations were determined daily for up to seven days in 40 pregnant women who had been admitted to hospital because of proteinuric hypertension and who were then allocated at random to either complete rest in bed or to being allowed to move freely in the ward. Neither management was superior to the other in improving renal(More)
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