ANTENATALE CARE IN PREDICTION OF PREGNANCY INDUCED HYPERTENSION
The influence of antepartal, intrapartal and early neonatal risk factors are important for pregnancy outcome, the early neonatal period and the forthcoming children development. Our aim is to detect the risk groups of pregnant women who later develop Pregnancy Induced Hypertension (PIH) and the risk factors that precede its appearance as well. The 67 preeclamptic and 129 normotensive pregnancies were examined. The patients had a monthly blood pressure check and regular analysis of blood and urine. Average age was 25.73±5.77 years. Preeclampsia or Pregnancy Induced Hypertension (PIH) is most frequently appearing in young primiparas and adult multiparas. The housewife’s, illiterate women and women with only primary education are the most risky groups. The development of PIH is preceded by recurrent urine infections and/or obesities. In the prediction of PIH the measurement of BP is essential: the statistical elaboration of data showed significant differences between hypertensive and normotensive groups even before pathological increase of systolic and diastolic pressure, which usually happened in a period of 33–35 week of pregnancy.
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