The risk of adverse pregnancy outcomes is increased in preeclamptic women who smoke compared with nonpreeclamptic women who do not smoke.

@article{Miller2010TheRO,
  title={The risk of adverse pregnancy outcomes is increased in preeclamptic women who smoke compared with nonpreeclamptic women who do not smoke.},
  author={Elizabeth Clarke Miller and Huiling Cao and Shi Wu Wen and Qiuying Yang and Julie ML Lafl{\`e}che and Mark Walker},
  journal={American journal of obstetrics and gynecology},
  year={2010},
  volume={203 4},
  pages={334.e1-8}
}
OBJECTIVE Maternal smoking and preeclampsia independently increase the risk of adverse pregnancy outcomes; however, smoking decreases the risk of preeclampsia. We sought to estimate the risk of adverse pregnancy outcomes among preeclamptic women who smoke and hypothesized that this risk would be increased, compared with nonpreeclamptic women who smoke or preeclamptic women who do not smoke. STUDY DESIGN With the use of the Niday Perinatal Database and multiple logistic regressions, we… CONTINUE READING