Corpus ID: 196509544

Post partum endothelin-1 and angiogenic factors causing persistent endothelial dysfunction in mothers with hypertensive disorders of pregnancy

@inproceedings{Ismawi2019PostPE,
  title={Post partum endothelin-1 and angiogenic factors causing persistent endothelial dysfunction in mothers with hypertensive disorders of pregnancy},
  author={Hidayatul Radziah Ismawi and Maizura Mohd Zainudin and N. Jamani and Taher F. T. Elshami and T. A. Razak},
  year={2019}
}
Aims/Objective: The prevalence of hypertensive disorders of pregnancy (HDP) in Malaysia is approximately 23.3 per 1000 live births. It is also an independent risk factor of CVD with endothelial dysfunction postulated as the main pathophysiology. This study aims to determine serial ET-1, NO and other angiogenic factors in patients with HDP, and its role in persistent endothelial dysfunction. Methods: Thirty-six pregnant women from the following categories i.e. (i) normal pregnant women (control… Expand