Saturday, December 5, 2009

Childbirth triggered recommended for women with hypertension

As previously reported, a study of the Netherlands show that pregnant women should also have high blood pressure or mild preeclampsia is caused by light at 37 weeks of complications such as the syndrome of preeclampsia, HELLP syndrome, or prevention of maternal mortality.

Approximately 6-8% of pregnant women in Germany have hypertension or high blood pressure problems, such as preeclampsia. For more information, please read and pregancy blood pressure.

HYPITAT The study concentrated in 756 pregnant women who are 36-41 weeks of gestation in the Netherlands, which is high blood pressure or mild preeclampsia. The women were given either a document obtained after 37 weeks, or were given no medical intervention (but strictly in the treatment).

Pregnant women induced, 31% developed other medical problems of pregnant women who do not move, 44% developed other medical problems.

In addition, fewer pregnant women require a cesarean section due to the comparison group with no intervention group.

The study authors recommended that women with hypertension (diastolic pressure 95mmHg or higher recommended) or mild preeclampsia during pregnancy, must have complete their work after 37 weeks.

However, these results for discussion between health professionals involved in the management and delivery of resulting pregnancies. Both the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and the Royal College of Midwives reported that they consider this research to contribute their knowledge and choice of the mother, adding that health professionals should always take into account the needs and expectations only pregnant women in treatment decisions.


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