Previous Pregnancy History, Parity, Maternal Age and Risk of Pregnancy Induced Hypertension

Jasovic Siveska, Emilija and Jasovic, V. and Stoilova, Snezhana (2011) Previous Pregnancy History, Parity, Maternal Age and Risk of Pregnancy Induced Hypertension. Bratisl Lek Listy. pp. 188-191.

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Objective: The influence of antepartal, intrapartal and early neonatal risk factors, are very important during the pregnancy and the pregnancy outcome, also for the early neonatal period and the forthcoming children development. Our aim is to detect the risks groups of pregnant women that later develop Pregnancy Induced Hypertension (PIH) and risk factors that precede its appearance.

Patients and methods: We examined 67 preeclamptic and 129 normotensive pregnancies. In research are included only single pregnancies and the following parameters: maternal age, parity and previous pregnancy history.

Results: Average age is 25.73+/-5.77 years. After all, the largest number of primipara with preeclampsia is in category from 20 years (p<0.01). Considering the multipara we noticed that preeclampsia is most commonly developed in age between 31-35 years (p<0.01). Biggest number of pregnancies in normotensive group had previous normal pregnancies (59.15 %), while in hypertensive group only 30.77 % patients had normal pregnancies (p<0.05).

Conclusions: PIH is most frequently appearing in young primiparas and adult multiparas. Pregnancies with PIH, really often there were negative ending of previous pregnancies (Tab. 5, Ref. 20). Full Text in free PDF

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Scientific Fields (Frascati) > Medical and Health Sciences > Other medical sciences
Divisions: Higher Medical School
Depositing User: Vms Eprints
Date Deposited: 24 May 2020 22:16
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