Hyperuricemia and Adverse Pregnant Outcomes in Ghanaian Women: Potential Mechanism

  • Adu - Bonsaffoh, Botchway, Abindau, Quaye IKE
  • Published 2016

Abstract

Methodology: The nested case control study was located at the Obstetrics and Gynecology department of the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital (KBTH). One hundred and fourteen consented subjects were recruited after ethical clearance was obtained and structured questionnaire administered to them. Four milliliter (4 ml) blood and five milliliter (5 ml) urine samples… (More)

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@inproceedings{Bonsaffoh2016HyperuricemiaAA, title={Hyperuricemia and Adverse Pregnant Outcomes in Ghanaian Women: Potential Mechanism}, author={Adu - Bonsaffoh and Botchway and Abindau and Quaye IKE}, year={2016} }