Five most important research publications from June, July and August 2020, including results of a clinical trial, a new molecule discovered, the role of telemedicine in reducing readmissions, and a review of research on race and ethnicity.
Will It Happen Again? New Risk Factors Come to Light; And 4 Other Must Read Research Studies from March, April and May 2020
Researchers are beginning to study if there is a link between the health of a mother’s placenta and her risk of certain pregnancy outcomes, like hypertensive disorders of pregnancy. In this study, researchers studied a placenta issue called “malperfu...
A summary of the most important research articles from January 2020, several of which focus on long-term effects.
Research Roundup: Preeclampsia studies you don't want to miss
A summary of the most important research articles from August 2019
The most important research studies from July 2019
5 most important research studies from June 2019
The most important preeclampsia research studies from May 2019
Several major disorders that occur during pregnancy result from failure of the placenta to implant correctly into the uterus or womb. During early pregnancy cells from the placenta, known as trophoblast cells, invade into the uterus and tap into the...
Last month, a team from the University of Alberta reported in the journal Hypertension on a method to determine that a woman is at high risk of developing preeclampsia. While this method may or may not be developed into a screening test in the future...