Recent Examples of preeclampsia from the Web
Mount Sinai said in court papers that the patient’s life was in danger due to preeclampsia.
Certain conditions, such as diabetes or preeclampsia (a condition in pregnancy that causes high blood pressure), can raise the risk for stillbirth.
Born at 25 weeks by emergency C-section after Michelle was diagnosed with preeclampsia, Josie weighed only 1 lb.
After the death of Karin as a result of preeclampsia, Arizona decides to throw her energy into fixing the maternal mortality rate in the U.S.
There’s evidence from several small trials that calcium supplementation during pregnancy may reduce the risk of gestational hypertension and preeclampsia.
Women of color often face a lack of access to health care and prenatal care, while higher obesity rates can lead to diabetes and preeclampsia, conditions that complicate the health of mothers and their unborn children.
Some pregnancy complications, however, like preeclampsia, make travel while pregnant more risky.
High maternal blood pressure, preeclampsia, gestational diabetes, and premature birth are all associated with heart problems later in life.
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Origin and Etymology of preeclampsia
First Known Use: 1923See Words from the same year
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