Prenatal and Cardiovascular Outcome in Pregnant Patients With Dyspnea

@inproceedings{Tara2015PrenatalAC,
  title={Prenatal and Cardiovascular Outcome in Pregnant Patients With Dyspnea},
  author={Fateme Tara and Farveh Vakilian and Fateme Moosavi-Baigy and Maryam Salehi and Toktam Moghiman},
  booktitle={Research in cardiovascular medicine},
  year={2015}
}
BACKGROUND Pregnancy is a physiologic phenomenon in women, which leads to significant hemodynamic changes in cardiovascular system. Many patients reach reproductive age due to improvements in diagnosis and treatment of cardiac diseases. Dyspnea is a common complaint in pregnant women and can be a sign to refer patients for an easy and feasible workup such as echocardiography. OBJECTIVES We aimed to evaluate dyspnea as a common complaint in pregnant women and its prenatal outcome. PATIENTS… CONTINUE READING

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Cesarean section was performed in 26 , preeclampsia occurred in 7 and 21 had preterm labor .
Cesarean section was performed in 26 , preeclampsia occurred in 7 and 21 had preterm labor .
Mean EF value was 52.26 ± 6.80 ; 54% had valvular diseases and 12% had pulmonary hypertension .
Mean EF value was 52.26 ± 6.80 ; 54% had valvular diseases and 12% had pulmonary hypertension .
Mean EF value was 52.26 ± 6.80 ; 54% had valvular diseases and 12% had pulmonary hypertension .
Mean EF value was 52.26 ± 6.80 ; 54% had valvular diseases and 12% had pulmonary hypertension .
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