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JCR. 2019; 6(6): 587-590


GESTATIONAL HYPERTENSION & PREECLAMPSIA – AS A MARKER OF FUTURE RISK OF ENDOTHELIAL DYSFUNCTION AND CARDIOVASCULR DISEASE - A COHORT STUDY

DR NEEMA ACHARYA,DR SOURYA ACHARYA,DR SAMARTH SHUKLA, DR SURESH PHATAK,DR SACHIN DAIGAWANE.

Abstract
Background-preeclampsia and gestational hypertension are still unsolved mystery. Many
epidemiologic studies have linked preeclampsia to long term morbidity evident few years after delivery.
Objective-In present study we aim to study whether gestational hypertension and preeclampsia are markers of
development of future risk of developing endothelial dysfunction cardio-vascular disease. Methodology -A cohort
of antenatal women with or without gestational hypertension or preeclampsia will be followed up for 20 years for
future development of cardiovascular or endothelial dysfunction. Outcomes will be assessed periodically by
presence of clinical, biochemical and radiological marker assessment of endothelial and cardiovascular
dysfunction.

Key words: Gestational Hypertension, Preeclampsia, Cardiovascular Disease, Endothelial dysfunction



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