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Impact of Hypnotherapy on Preeclampsia in Pregnant Women

  title={Impact of Hypnotherapy on Preeclampsia in Pregnant Women},
  author={Gusti Ayu Karnasih and Susilawati},
Preeclampsia is a syndrome that comes on after the 20 weeks of pregnancy commonly manifested by "trias" symptoms of increased blood pressure, proteinuria and edema. Preeclampsia is the second leading cause of maternal mortality in Indonesia. Dr. Soebandi Hospital Jember as a referral hospital in Jember district recorded high preeclampsia incidence rate which potentially caused maternal death. In addition, preeclampsia also affects the growth of infants and children. The approach to dealing with… Expand


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