Prediction of Preeclampsia with Routine Tests Clinical Significance of Proteinuria Determined with Dipstick Test, Edema, and 2 Weekly Weight Gain ≥ 500 G at Antenatal Visit 3 4 Prediction of Preeclampsia with Routine Tests

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22 Objective: To determine how urine dipstick test, edema, and/or excessive weight gain 23 (EWG, defined as ≥ 500 g/week) at antenatal visits predict significant proteinuria 24 (defined as a protein-to-creatinine ratio [P/Cr, mg/mg] ≥ 0.27) and preeclampsia. 25 Methods: Data from 3279 antenatal visits between 30 and 36 weeks of gestation were 26 studied in… (More)

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@inproceedings{Yamada2017PredictionOP, title={Prediction of Preeclampsia with Routine Tests Clinical Significance of Proteinuria Determined with Dipstick Test, Edema, and 2 Weekly Weight Gain ≥ 500 G at Antenatal Visit 3 4 Prediction of Preeclampsia with Routine Tests}, author={Kentaro Yamada and Takashi Kawaguchi and Satoshi Takeda and Masamitsu Nishida and Ryutaro Yamada and Takahiro Morikawa and Mamoru Minakami and Kentaro Chiba and Takashi Yamada and Satoshi Kawaguchi and Masamitsu Takeda and Takahiro Yamada and Mamoru Morikawa and H. Minakami}, year={2017} }