Plasma albumin level as an indicator of severity of preeclampsia.

Abstract

We propose that hypoalbuminemia in preeclampsia is the result of reduced hepatic blood flow which is secondary to hypovolemia created by higher filtration pressure in the capillaries. Thus, hypoalbuminemia can be identified as an early sign in developing preeclampsia. We reviewed the medical records of 60 patients, aged 22-28, admitted with a diagnosis of… (More)

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@article{Gojnic2004PlasmaAL, title={Plasma albumin level as an indicator of severity of preeclampsia.}, author={Miroslava G Gojnic and Spasoje Petkovi{\'c} and Marko Papic and Tatjana Mosti{\'c} and Katarina B Jeremi{\'c} and Zoran Vilendeci{\'c} and Steven Philip Djordjevic}, journal={Clinical and experimental obstetrics & gynecology}, year={2004}, volume={31 3}, pages={209-10} }