Maternal Preeclampsia Predicts Elevated Blood Pressure in 12-Year-Old Children: Evaluation by Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring

Preeclampsia is a pregnancy-specific syndrome with ele- vated BP and proteinuria after 20 wk … reported that women with a history of preeclampsia exhibit …

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Maternal Preeclampsia Predicts Elevated Blood Pressure in 12-Year-Old Children: Evaluation by Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring,
ABSTRACT, (Pediatr Res 59: 320-324, 2006), SUBJECTS AND METHODS, Definitions. Abbreviations: ABP,, AGA,, BMI,, SGA,, NE,, PSEH,, DOI: 10.1203/01.pdr.0000196734.54473.e3, Casual BP measurements. Laboratory methods. Subjects. Statistical analyses. Anthropometric measures and pubertal development. RESULTS, Anthropometric characteristics at birth and 12 y of age. ABP monitoring. Table 1. ABP in the PRE and non-PRE children. Plasma E and NE concentrations. Correlations between ABP, anthropometric characteristics, and plasma E and NE concentrations. Comparison between casual BP and 24-h ABP values. Factors associated with systolic ABP. DISCUSSION, Table 2. Table 3. REFERENCES

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