[Criteria of pregnancy termination in women with preeclampsia].

@article{Haddad2010CriteriaOP,
  title={[Criteria of pregnancy termination in women with preeclampsia].},
  author={B. Haddad and C. Masson and S. Deis and C. Touboul and G. Kayem},
  journal={Annales francaises d'anesthesie et de reanimation},
  year={2010},
  volume={29 4},
  pages={
          e59-68
        }
}
Few studies establishing clear criteria for the medical interruption of a pregnancy complicated by PE are available today. Most of these studies are either retrospective or observational. When combining an analysis of the available literature together with the experts' opinions, one can propose the following set of criteria for therapeutic interruption of pregnancy in the setting of PE, which apply mainly for the severe forms of the disease. These criteria can be subdivided into maternal and… Expand

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