Latest Eclampsia Stories
Scientists have discovered a mechanism which raises blood pressure in pre-eclampsia, a potentially deadly condition which occurs during pregnancy.
Getting too little or not enough sleep in early pregnancy is linked to having high blood pressure in the third trimester.
A team of researchers say they have discovered a way to predict whether or not an expectant mother will develop a condition known as preeclampsia, which can threaten the lives of both the woman and her unborn child but often cannot be detected until late in a pregnancy.
New research may tell a woman whether she is at risk for a life-threatening condition early in her pregnancy.
Study highlights: -- Researchers identified 14 new markers that could identify in early pregnancy who may be at risk of developing preeclampsia in later pregnancy.
University of Michigan and NIH scientists find a biological mechanism to explain the phenomenon.
A new study has found evidence that women who smoke during pregnancy have a lower risk of a complication called preeclampsia.
Researchers at Mount Sinai School of Medicine have found that epigenetic marks on human placentas change from the first trimester of pregnancy to the third, a discovery that may allow clinicians to prevent complications in pregnancy.
Taking vitamin C and E supplements starting in early pregnancy does not reduce the risk for the hypertensive disorders and their complications that occur during pregnancy, according to a study by a National Institutes of Health research network.
Cerebral palsy (CP) has increased in infants born prematurely in the United States, according to data presented by researchers from Loyola University Health System (LUHS).