Latest Eclampsia Stories

2008-09-29 18:00:41

SEATTLE, Sept. 29 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The National Institute of Child Health and Human Development division of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded Michelle A.

2008-09-24 03:00:05

Protherics PLC Additional "DEEP" study analyses and new mechanistic data presented at major conference London, UK; Brentwood, TN, US; 24 September 2008 - Protherics PLC ("Protherics" or the "Company") the international biopharmaceutical company focused on critical care and cancer, today reports the findings of further analyses of data from its placebo-controlled phase 2b Digibind(R) (GSK) Efficacy Evaluation in Pre-eclampsia ("DEEP") study.

2008-08-25 06:00:23

By Liz Szabo As anyone who has been pregnant can attest, the nine months spent carrying a baby can feel like a marathon. But pregnancy may also be a test -- not of a woman's commitment to motherhood but of the fitness of her heart, blood vessels and kidneys, a new study suggests.

2008-07-28 12:00:23

To: NATIONAL EDITORS Contact: Michele Kling of March of Dimes, +1-914-997-4613 Team Supported by March of Dimes Publishes Findings in Nature Medicine WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.,July 28/PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- In a new March of Dimes-funded study of pre-eclampsia, a serious and potentially deadly disorder that affects about 5 percent of pregnancies, researchers have found results in mice that may have important implications for diagnosis and treatment in humans.

2008-07-17 12:01:18

Women who increase their daily intake of diary fiber during the first trimester of pregnancy could reduce their risk of preeclampsia, U.S. researchers said.

2007-11-11 03:00:08

By Berkley, Eliza Meng, Chen; Rayburn, William F Abstract Objective. To assess the efficiency of labor induction using low dose misoprostol for cervical ripening among nulliparous patients with severe preeclampsia. Methods.

2006-05-01 12:20:00

Women who gain weight between pregnancies have an increased risk of developing recurrent disorders marked by high blood pressure in a second pregnancy, researchers from Iceland report.

2006-04-18 12:52:06

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Pregnant women who de

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