Heart rate variability and baroreceptor reflex sensitivity in early- versus late-onset preeclampsia

@article{Weber2017HeartRV,
  title={Heart rate variability and baroreceptor reflex sensitivity in early- versus late-onset preeclampsia},
  author={T. M. Weber and H. Lackner and A. R{\"o}{\ss}ler and I. Papousek and V. Kolovetsiou-Kreiner and M. Lucovnik and K. Schmid-Zalaudek and U. Lang and M. Moertl},
  journal={PLoS ONE},
  year={2017},
  volume={12}
}
  • T. M. Weber, H. Lackner, +6 authors M. Moertl
  • Published 2017
  • Medicine
  • PLoS ONE
  • Objective To determine whether there are differences in autonomic nervous system function in early- versus late-onset preeclampsia. Methods Matched case-control study. Cases were defined as singleton pregnancies with preeclampsia at < 34+0 weeks of gestation (early-onset preeclampsia) and ≥ 34+0 weeks of gestation (late-onset preeclampsia). For each case in each of the preeclampsia subgroups, three „control”uncomplicated singleton pregnancies were matched by maternal age, height, and week of… CONTINUE READING

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