Labor induction in women with gestational hypertension
who had completed 38 weeks pregnancy duration results in better outcome in comparison with those women in whom induction of labour is carried out at earlier gestation period.
As per the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) guidelines for hypertension in pregnancy 2010, (12) if two blood pressure readings taken four hours apart were above 140/90 mmHg after 20 weeks of gestation patients were considered to have gestational hypertension
5) Missing 2 Developed gestational hypertension
2], X1-X2 being difference in means of the pre-pregnancy BMIs of pre-eclamptic women from women without pre-eclampsia and [delta] being standard deviation of independent sample Ultimately, this study has been conducted on 113 women with gestational hypertension
and 150 healthy pregnant women.
has repeatedly been shown to be associated with increased body mass.
Table 2 outlines briefly the management strategies for mothers with chronic hypertension and gestational hypertension
20) identified primiparity as a risk factor for gestational hypertension
Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy cover a spectrum of conditions, including chronic (preexisting) hypertension, pre-eclampsia, and gestational hypertension
These include a case-control study comparing pregnant women with OSA but with and without hypertension as participants were selected specifically based on blood pressure values, no information was provided as to how many, among those approached, had gestational hypertension
or preeclampsia and foetal weight data were not provided (49), one article in Japanese (50), one in German (51), four without information on obstetrical outcomes (52-55), one providing information on severity of obstructive sleep apnoea in pregnancy and post-partum but no information on the outcome of those pregnancies (56).
We defined gestational hypertension
as diastolic pressure above 90 mmHg on at least two occasions 24 hours apart, without proteinuria.
Women with severe gestational hypertension
may give birth to boys at lower risk for testicular cancer, according to a study.
The main emphasis of this study was to examine the relationship between tHcy concentrations in early pregnancy and the subsequent development of gestational hypertension
(GH) or preeclampsia.