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Preeclampsia Clinical Trials

A listing of Preeclampsia medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.


Found (5) clinical trials

The purpose of the study is to assess the cardiovascular risk of infants born to pre-eclamptic mothers by measuring arterial stiffness using pulse wave velocity. Preeclampsia is defined as new onset high blood pressure during pregnancy (140/90 mmHg) that develops after 20 weeks of gestation and protein in the urine. ...

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Anti-Angiogenic Preeclampsia Milieu Impairs Infant Lung and Vascular Development

The overall objective of this study is to determine whether the anti-angiogenic environment of preeclampsia results in pulmonary and vascular dysfunction in infants. Specifically, study investigators hypothesize that the anti- angiogenic environment of preeclampsia will impair pulmonary development and promote vascular dysfunction in infants. Furthermore, study investigators hypothesize that circulating ...

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The Effect of Prematurity and Hypertensive Disorders of Pregnancy on Offspring Cardiovascular Health

While the incidence of cardiovascular disease has reduced dramatically, coinciding with favourable changes in risk factors, cardiovascular disease remains the single largest cause of mortality and premature mortality in the United Kingdom. Identification of novel biological pathways that underlie disease susceptibility raises the potential for new early primary prevention strategies ...

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Proof-of-Concept Trial on Selective Removal of sFlt-1 in Pregnant Women With Preeclampsia Via Apheresis

This clinical investigation is a medical device trial to examine the safety and efficacy of TheraSorb sFlt-1 adsorber treatment of pregnant patients with preeclampsia.

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Pre-eclampsia/Eclampsia in Italy Over the Years 2010-2016

Poor placentation is considered a powerful predisposing factor for pre-eclampsia. Recently, it has been suggested that the occurrence of pre-eclampsia requires a combination of an excessive or atypical maternal immune response to the trophoblast and/or exaggerated endothelial activation as well as a generalised hyper-inflammatory state resulting in endothelial dysfunction and ...

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