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Hypertension in pregnancy
AN ACCURATE AND SIMPLE MODEL TO PREDICT SMALL-FOR-GESTATIONAL-AGE NEONATES IN PREECLAMPTIC DELIVERIES
A.N. Al Fattah, S.A. Susilo, K.N. Pratiwi, R. Irwinda, N. Wibowo, B.I. Santoso
Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Indonesia, Indonesia
FETAL RENAL VASCULARIZATION IN PREGNANCIES COMPLICATED BY ESSENTIAL AND PREGNANCY INDUCED HYPERTENSION
A. Suranyi1, A. Altorjay1, T. Nyari2, A. Pal1
1Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Szeged, Hungary
2Medical Physics and Informatics, University of Szeged, Hungary
PLACENTAL VASCULARIZATION INDICES IN PREGNANCIES COMPLICATED WITH PREGNANCY INDUCED HYPERTENSION AND GESTATIONAL DIABETES
A.T. Altorjay1, A. Surányi1, T. Nyári2, G. Németh1, A. Pál1
1Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Szeged, Faculty of Medicine, Hungary
2Department of Medical Physics and Informatics, University of Szeged, Faculty of Medicine, Hungary
THE EFFECT OF PENTAERYTHRITYLTETRANITRATE A NITRIC OXIDE DONOR TO IMPROVE UTERO- AND FETOPLACENTAL PERFUSION IN PREGNANCIES WITH ABNORMAL UTERINE FLOW
S. Bowkalow1, E. Schleußner, T. Lehmann2, E. Schleußner1, T. Groten1, U. Schneider1, C. Kähler3
1Obstetrics, University Hospital Jena, Germany
2Medical Statistics and Computer Science, University Hospital Jena, Germany
3Prenatal Diagnosis, Prenatal Diagnostic Center Erfurt, Germany
IDENTIFICATION OF TRADITIONAL PRACTICES TOWARDS CHOLESTEROL, HYPERTENSİON AND DİABETES IN PREGNANCY
O. Kaynak1, A. Cevirme1, K. Ozdemir2, N. Yagmur Filiz3, Y. Hamlac2, N. Ugurlu4
1Public Health Nursing, Turkey
2Midwifery, Turkey
3Public Health Nursing, Turkey
4Psychiatry Nursing, Turkey
RENIN ANGIOTENSIN SYSTEM GENE POLYMORPHISMS, FOLATE RELATED GENE POLYMORPHISM AND CARDIOVASCULAR RISK FACTORS IN PREGNANT WITH DIFFERENT FORMS OF HYPERTENSION
V. Chulkov1, N. Vereina2, S. Sinitsin3, V. Dolgushina4
1Faculty Therapy, Russia
2Faculty Therapy, Russia
3Faculty Therapy, Head of Department, Russia
4Obstetrics and gynecology, Head of Department, Russia
CHANGE IN SMOKING HABITS IN THE FIRST AND SUBSEQUENT PREGNANCY AND THE RISK OF PREECLAMPSIA: A REGISTRY-BASED STUDY IN NORWAY
L. DeRoo1, R. Skjærven1,2, N.H. Morken1,3, K. Klungsøyr1,2
1Department of Global Public Health and Primary Health Care, University of Bergen, Norway
2Medical Birth Registry of Norway, Norwegian Institute of Public Health, Norway
3Department of Clinical Sciences, University of Bergen, Norway
ANGIOGENIC FACTORS IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF PREECLAMPSIA: ASSOCIATION BETWEEN MATERNAL SERUM SFLT-1, PLGF AND PLACENTAL MASS
L.A. Droege, A. Hoeller, L. Ehrlich, W. Henrich, S. Verlohren
Obstetrics, Charité University Medicine, Germany
IS ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION A RISK FACTOR FOR PREECLAMPSIA? A COHORT NORWAY AND MEDICAL BIRTH REGISTRY OF NORWAY LINKAGE STUDY
G. Egeland1,2, K. Klungsøyr1,2, N. Øyen2, G. Tell1,2, Ø. Næss1, R. Skjærven1,2
1Division of Epidemiology, Norwegian Institute of Public Health, Norway
2Global Public Health and Primary Care, University of Bergen, Norway
PLACENTAL EXPRESSION OF ANGIOGENETIC AND ANTIANGIOGENETIC FACTORS IN PATIENTS WITH LATE-ONSET PRE-ECLAMPSIA: COMPARISON WITH HEALTHY PREGNANT WOMAN
L. Ehrlich1, A. Höller1, L. Dröge1, W. Henrich1, F. Herse2, M. Golic1,2, F.H. Perschel3, R. Dechend2, B. Huppertz4, S. Verlohren1
1Department of Obstetrics, Charité University Medicine Berlin, Germany
2Experimental and Clinical Research Center, Berlin, Germany
3Laboratory Medicine and Toxicology, Charité University Medicine Berlin and Labor Berlin - Charité Vivantes GmbH, Germany
4Institute of Cell Biology, Histology and Embryology, University Medicine Graz, Austria
POSTPARTUM ECLAMPSIA AND POSTERIOR REVERSIBLE ENCEPHALOPATHY SYNDROME
J. Felix, P.T. Silva, H. Belchior
Gynecology/Obstretics, Hospital Pedro Hispano, Portugal
DIAGNOSIS OF HELLP SYNDROME: WHERE ARE WE?
L. Grauslyte1, A. Zavackiene2, E. Brukiene2, V. Baliuliene2, K. Rimaitis2
1Anaesthesiology, Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Lithuania
2Anaesthesiology, Lithuanian University of Health Sciences Kaunas Klinikos, Lithuania
INFLUENCE OF GENE-GENE INTERACTIONS ON PREECLAMPSIA (PE) DEVELOPMENT IN PREGNANT WOMEN WITH TYPE 1 DIABETES MELLITUS (T1DM)
A. Hrybanov1,3, T. Avramenko1, Z. Rossokha2
1Department of metabolic disorders in pregnancy and fetal defects, State Institution "Institute of Pediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynecology by The National Academy of Medical Sciences", Ukraine
2State Institution "Reference-center for molecular diagnostics", Ukraine
3Department of Obstetric Pathology, Maternity Hospital #2, Ukraine
CHANGES OF ANGIOGENESIS FACTORS AROUND DELIVERY IN PREECLAMPSIA AND HIGH RISK PATIENT
E. Huhn, I. Hoffmann, A. Schoetzau, O. Lapaire
Frauenklinik, Universitätsspital Basel, Switzerland
NEONATAL OUTCOME OF EXTREME PRETERM DELIVERY IN PREGNANCIES COMPLICATED BY EARLY ONSET PREECLAMPSIA, ECLAMPSIA AND HELLP-SYNDROME
S. Klaucke, K. Mayer-Pickel, U. Lang, M. Cervar-Zivkovic
Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Medical University of Graz, Austria
SPOT URINE PROTEIN-CREATININ RATIO TO PREDICT THE MAGNITUDE OF 24-HOUR TOTAL PROTEINURIA IN DIFFERENT SEVERITY OF PRE-ECLAMPSIA
U. Kucukgoz Gulec1, S. Paydas2, T. Ozgunen1, B. Guzel1, S. Buyukkurt1
1Obstetrics and Gynecology, Cukurova University Faculty of Medicine, Turkey
2Nephrology, Cukurova University Faculty of Medicine, Turkey
DOES HIV/AIDS INFLUENCE THE PRESENTATION AND OUTCOME OF WOMEN WITH PRE-ECLAMPSIA MANAGED AT STEVE BIKO ACADEMIC HOSPITAL?
H. Lombaard, S. Adam, E. Assan
Department Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Pretoria, South Africa
CHLAMYDIA INFECTION- A RISK FACTOR FOR PREECLAMPSIA?
I.-B. Luchian1, R. Vladareanu2, C. Badiu3
1Obstetrics and Gynecology, Panait Sarbu Hospital, Romania
2Obstetrics and Gynecology, Elias Emergency University Hospital, Romania
3Endocrinology, National Institute of Endocrinology CI Parhon, Romania
PRONOSTIC VALUE OF UMBILICAL-MIDDLE CEREBRAL ARTERY PULSATILITY INDEX RATIO IN FETUSES WITH GROWTH RESTRICTION
R. Moisiu, A. Alikaj
1Obs gyn, SUOGJ Koco Gliozheni, Albania
PLACENTAL PATHOLOGY IN SMOKING AND NON-SMOKING PREECLAMPTIC WOMEN
J. Nasiell2, S. Falkare2, N. Papadogiannakis1, M.T. Vinnars2
1Pathology, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden
2Obstetrics and gynecology, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden
MANAGEMENT OF PATIENTS WITH GESTATIONAL HYPERTENSION - EXPERIENCE OF A SINGLE CENTER
M. Neagu1, N. Patrascu2, B. Luchian1, D. Opris3, I. Rosca1, C. Neagu1
1Clinical Hospital of O-G "Prof. Dr. P, Sirbu", UMF "Carol Davila"bucuresti, Romania
2Üniversity Hospital of Emergency, UMF "Carol Davila, Romania
3Clinical Hospital "Sf. Maria, ÜMF "Carol Davila", Romania
EVALUATION OF HOPELESSNESS LEVEL AND PRENATAL ATTACHMENT ON PREGNANT WOMEN WITH GESTATIONAL HYPERTENSION
K. Ozdemir1, A. Cevirme1, A.S. Cevrioglu2, O. Kaynak1, Y. Hamlaci1
1School of Health Science, Sakarya University, Turkey
2Faculty of Medicine, Sakarya University, Turkey
HYPERTENSION IN PREGNANCY AND LEVEL OF NATRIURETIC PEPTIDE
M. Pelczarska1, M. Peregud-Pogorzelska1, A. Wojtarowicz1, K. Przybycień1, K. Engel2, Z. Celewicz2, Z. Kornacewicz-Jach1
1Department of Cardiology, Pomeranian Medical University, Poland
2Department of Pathological Obstetrics and Delivery, Pomeranian Medical University, Poland
THE COMPLICATIONS OF HYPERTENSIVE DISORDERS IN PREGNANCY
S. Posokhova1,2, S. Shevchenko2, S. Rudenko2, I. Baranova2, V. Yanak2
1Odessa Oblast Perinatal Center, Odessa National Medical University, Ukraine
2Odessa Oblast Perinatal Center, Odessa Oblast Clinical Hospital, Ukraine
HYPERTENSIVE DISORDERS OF PREGNANCY: EVALUATING PRESCRIBING PRACTICES IN THE POSTPARTUM PERIOD
D. Ragland1, M. Jordan1, E. Willcoxon1, S. Ounpraseuth2, D. Hughs2, A. Sandlin2
1Pharmacy Practice, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, USA
2Obstetrics & Gynecology, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, USA
PREECLAMPSIA: MATERNAL AND FETAL OUTCOME IN WOMEN OF LOW SOCIOECONOMIC GROUP
H. Ramakrishnappa
OBGY, Mysore Medical College and Research Institute, India
GLOBAL METABOLOMIC ANALYSIS BY UPLC-TOF-MS FOR IDENTIFICATION OF PREDICTIVE AND PROGNOSTIC BIOMARKERS FOR OBSTETRIC COMPLICATIONS
D. Saigusa1,2, J. Sugawara1,3,4, M. Matsumoto5, Y. Katoh1,5, R. Yamashita1, Y. Kurosawa4, J. Yasuda1, O. Tanabe1, M. Yamamoto1,2
1Department of Integrative Genomics, Tohoku University, Tohoku Medical Megabank Organization, Japan
2Medical Biochemistry, Tohoku University School of Medicine, Japan
3Department of Community Medical Supports, Tohoku University, Tohoku Medical Megabank Organization, Japan
4Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics, Tohoku University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan
5Biochemistry, Tohoku University School of Medicine, Japan
ABNORMAL WATER BALANCE AND KIDNEY FUNCTION DURING PREGNANCY IN THE STROKE PRONE SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RAT
H. Small, H. Morgan, C. Delles, D. Graham
Institute of Cardiovascular and Medical Sciences, University of Glasgow, UK
PLACENTAL DYSFUNCTION IN THE STROKE PRONE SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RAT
H. Small, H. Morgan, C. Delles, D. Graham
Institute of Cardiovascular and Medical Sciences, University of Glasgow, UK
BODY FLUID COMOSITION DURING UNCOMPLICATED PREGNANCY AND PREECLAMPSIA: A BIOELECTRICAL IMPEDANCE ANALYSIS (BIA) APPROACH
A. Staelens1,2, S. Vonck1,2, G. Molenberghs5, M. Malbrain3, W. Gyselaers1,4
1Dept. Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Ziekenhuis Oost-Limburg, Belgium
2Dept. Medicine and Life Sciences, Hasselt University, Belgium
3Dept. of Intensive Care, Ziekenhuisnetwerk Antwerpen,Stuivenberg, Belgium
4Dept. of Physiology, Hasselt University, Belgium
5I-BioStat, Hasselt University, Belgium
PRO AND ANTI-INFLAMMATORY CYTOKINES IN MODERATE AND SEVERE PREECLAMPSIA
M. Stefanovic1, J. Popovic1, M. Hadzi Lega2, A. Daneva Markova2
1High Risk Pregnancy, University Clinic of Gynecology and Obstetrics, Serbia
2High Risk Pregnancy, University Clinic of Gynecology and Obstetrics, Macedonia
SOME EPIDEMIOLOGIC DATA ABOUT HYPERTENSIVE DISTURBANCES AMONG PREGNANT WOMEN IN BELARUS
K.F. Venegas Hidalgo, V.P. Vdovichenko, V.V. Goncharuk, T.A. Korshak, E. Krisztofik, A.N. Shchevruk
Department of Pharmacology, Grodno State Medical University, Belarus
BIO-IMPEDANCE MEASUREMENT OF EXTRACELLULAR WATER AND PLASMA VOLUME IN NORMAL PREGNANCIES AND PREECLAMPSIA
S. Vonck1,2, A. Staelens1,2, M. Malbrain4, W. Gyselaers1,3
1Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Ziekenhuis Oost-Limburg, Belgium
2Faculty of Medicine and Life sciences, Hasselt University, Belgium
3Department of Physiology, Hasselt University, Belgium
4Intensive Care Unit, Ziekenhuis Netwerk Antwerpen, Belgium
LONGITUDINAL MEASUREMENT OF EXTRACELLULAR AND INTRACELLULAR WATER IN NORMAL PREGNANCY AND PREECLAMPSIA
S. Vonck1,2, A. Staelens1,2, M. Malbrain3, W. Gyselaers1,4
1Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Ziekenhuis Oost-Limburg, Belgium
2Faculty of Medicine and Life sciences, Hasselt University, Belgium
3Intensive Care Unit, Ziekenhuis Netwerk Antwerpen, Belgium
4Department of Physiology, Hasselt University, Belgium
Angiogenic factors and ratio sflt1/Plgf in prediction of preeclampsia in high risk population of preeclampsia
N. Winer1, C. Tardif1, F. Fakhouri2, E. Dumontet3, H. Caillon3, D. Masson3
1Obstetric perinatal center, CHU Nantes, France
2Nephrology department, CHU Nantes, France
3Hormonology and Biochemistry Laboratory,, University Hospital of Nantes, France