Last updated on July 2019

Clinical Evaluation of the GestAssuredTM test Kit

Brief description of study

Preeclampsia is a complication of pregnancy. Preeclampsia may occur from 20 weeks’ pregnancy through the delivery and postpartum period.  Preeclampsia does not occur in every pregnant woman. It is thought that preeclampsia occurs in about 3 to 5 out of a total of 100 pregnant women. A higher number of pregnant women may experience signs or symptoms of preeclampsia at some point in their pregnancy that may or may not actually be preeclampsia.

You are being asked to participate in a research study for a new urine test that can be run in the hospital laboratory. This test can detect specific proteins in a pregnant woman’s urine sample and may be used as an aid in the diagnosis of preeclampsia in women that have signs and symptoms of preeclampsia. 

Clinical Study Identifier: TX208018

Find a site near you

Start Over

Baptist Health Lexington Clinical Research Center

1740 Nicholasville Road Lexington, KY USA
  Connect »