Twin sisters Ilana and Samantha were stunned to discover that their family risk of preeclampsia could result in identical postpartum preeclampsia experiences.
Researchers have found several maternal nutritional and dietary factors that may increase or decrease the risk of developing preeclampsia, though the association between the two is complex.
What you’ll learn in this article: Many risk factors contribute to an individual’s chance of getting preeclampsia. These risk factors may be genetic, physical, environmental, and even social. Don’t blame yourself for developing...
Preeclampsia Foundation Canada announced today at the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine’s (SMFM) 43rd Annual Meeting – The Pregnancy Meeting™ – that applications are now being accepted for its 2023 Vision Grant program.
The study is designed to potentially accelerate discovery of therapies for preeclampsia by designing placental cell lines that express variants of the APOL1 gene for drug screening.
This study suggests that women of different BMI classes might have distinct risk profiles for preeclampsia.
Research is being done to make a medicine that can cure preeclampsia a reality. In this article, researchers asked: what are the candidate medicines being studied currently to prevent or treatment preeclampsia?
This is another study on that journey that shows sFlt1 and PlGF are important proteins in pregnant women’s blood that can tell us about preeclampsia risk.
For this study, researchers asked: what are the barriers to eating a heart healthy diet for women with high blood pressure or a hypertensive disorder of pregnancy?
Stephen McCartney, MD PhD University of Washington, Seattle, Washington Topic: Fetal Microchimerism in Immune Cell Subsets in Preeclampsia Final Summary: During pregnancy, there is an exchange of cells between the mother and baby, te...
Peter Joseph Pappas preeclampsia research grant recipients' study titles and reports.
While on the road this summer for the Reconnect Tour 2022, I met with academic and clinical centers of preeclampsia excellence whose leadership recognize that there is a gap between our pregnancy care and everything that happens beyond pregnancy.
PUBLIC POLICY PRIORITIES The Preeclampsia Foundation's advocacy priorities are focused on supporting efforts to reduce maternal and infant illness and death due to preeclampsia, HELLP syndrome, a...
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Educating patients is the first line of defense when it comes to proper recognition and reporting of symptoms of preeclampsia.
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