The impact of prior preeclampsia on the risk of superimposed preeclampsia and other adverse pregnancy outcomes in patients with chronic hypertension.

@article{Sibai2011TheIO,
  title={The impact of prior preeclampsia on the risk of superimposed preeclampsia and other adverse pregnancy outcomes in patients with chronic hypertension.},
  author={Baha M. Sibai and Matthew A. Koch and S{\'a}lvio Freire and Jo{\~a}o Luiz de Carvalho Pinto e Silva and Marilza Vieira da Cunha Rudge and S{\'e}rgio Martins-Costa and Janet Moore and Cleide de Barros Santos and Jos{\'e} Guilherme Cecatti and Roberto Costa and Jos{\'e} Geraldo Lopes Ramos and Nancy Moss and Joseph A. Spinnato},
  journal={American journal of obstetrics and gynecology},
  year={2011},
  volume={204 4},
  pages={345.e1-6}
}
OBJECTIVE We sought to compare the rates of superimposed preeclampsia and adverse outcomes in women with chronic hypertension with or without prior preeclampsia. STUDY DESIGN We conducted secondary analysis of 369 women with chronic hypertension (104 with prior preeclampsia) enrolled at 12-19 weeks as part of a multisite trial of antioxidants to prevent preeclampsia (no reduction was found). Outcome measures were rates of superimposed preeclampsia and other adverse perinatal outcomes… CONTINUE READING