Preeclampsia (PE) is a prevalent hypertensive disorder of pregnancy that causes significant maternal-fetal mortality. It has been reported that 60% of maternal mortality can be prevented. Studies have demonstrated that nursing has the ability to influence the mortality rates by providing proactive and competent care. Part of proactive, competent care is to identify those women at the highest risk for PE. Multiple studies have identified a history of PE as a significant risk factor for PE in future gestations. We conducted a nested case control study with our Rule Out Pre-Eclampsia (ROPE) cohort to identify comorbidities most likely to lead to recurrent PE.
Keywords: Pregnancy, preeclampsia, risk factors
How to Cite:
Wiltgen, M. & Santillan, D. A. & Thomas, K. & Fitzsimmons, A. & Krotz, L. & Davis, H. & Jacobus, L. & Santillan, M. K. & Brandt, D. S., (2018) “Identifying risk factors for preeclampsia in subsequent pregnancies in women with a history of preeclampsia”, Proceedings in Obstetrics and Gynecology 8(3), 1-2. doi: https://doi.org/10.17077/2154-4751.1430
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