Incident Coronary Heart Disease After Preeclampsia: Role of Reduced Fetal Growth, Preterm Delivery, and Parity

@inproceedings{Riise2017IncidentCH,
  title={Incident Coronary Heart Disease After Preeclampsia: Role of Reduced Fetal Growth, Preterm Delivery, and Parity},
  author={Hilde Kristin Refvik Riise and Gerhard Sulo and Grethe S Tell and Jannicke Igland and Ottar K Nyg{\aa}rd and Stein Emil Vollset and Ann‐Charlotte Iversen and Rigmor Austgulen and Anne Kjersti Daltveit},
  booktitle={Journal of the American Heart Association},
  year={2017}
}
BACKGROUND Preeclampsia is a severe pregnancy disorder often complicated by reduced fetal growth or preterm delivery and is associated with long-term maternal morbidity and mortality. We aimed to assess the association between preeclampsia phenotypes and risk of subsequent coronary heart disease and maternal cardiovascular mortality. METHODS AND RESULTS Women aged 16 to 49 years who gave birth during 1980-2002 and registered in the Medical Birth Registry of Norway were followed prospectively… CONTINUE READING
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