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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.

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Found (58) clinical trials

Phenylephrine Versus Ephedrine in Pre-eclampsia

Phenylephrine administration is associated with reductions in CO and SctO2 compared with ephedrine when used for blood pressure management in women with pre-eclampsia undergoing cesarean delivery under spinal anesthesia.

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Blood Pressure Monitoring in High Risk Pregnancy to Improve the Detection and Monitoring of Hypertension

BUMP 1 will randomise 2262 women at higher risk of hypertension in pregnancy into usual care or self-monitoring. BUMP 2 will randomise 512 women with hypertension in pregnancy (including chronic hypertension) into usual care or self-monitoring. Women in BUMP 1 will move into BUMP 2 if they develop hypertension. Women ...

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Non-invasive Versus Invasive Blood Pressure Measurement in the Super Morbidly Obese Parturient With Severe Preeclampsia

A morbidly obese [Body Mass Index (BMI) 45 kg/m2] pregnant woman is at singular risk for all the complications of pregnancy, most notably preeclampsia (PE). Furthermore a woman who is already chronically hypertensive is likely to develop superimposed PE . Uncontrolled systolic hypertension in pregnancy prompts placental abruption, hemorrhagic stroke, ...

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Impedance Cardiography to Decrease the Risk of Preeclampsia

Impedance cardiography helps determine whether vasoconstriction or an elevated cardiac output is occurring. The test is easy to perform and non invasive. The treatment for an elevated cardiac output in pregnancy is a beta-blocker while a vasodilator is used for vasoconstriction. If a beta-blocker is given to someone that vasoconstricted, ...

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Fit After Baby: A Health Intervention to Increase Postpartum Weight Loss in Women at Increased Risk for Cardiometabolic Disease

This study plans to learn more about how to increase postpartum weight loss and how to decrease risk factors for postpartum women at increased risk for diabetes and heart disease. The program is delivered using a mobile application (app) and a lifestyle coach. This mobile application is developed for women ...

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Pregnancy Complications - A Probiotic Interventional Study

The main of the Project is to determine if dietary supplementation intake of probiotics are associated with a decreased risk of spontaneous preterm delivery and preeclampsia in a randomized Clinical trial. Investigators also want to further investigate the relationship between intake of probiotics and the degree of inflammation in different ...

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Early Vascular Adjustments During Hypertensive Pregnancy

Paradoxical fetal and maternal results of studies have led to inconsistent use of antihypertensive drugs or no treatment at all in mild to moderate gestational hypertension in the Netherlands. However, none of the studies have taken the individual maternal circulatory state or the contemplated blood pressure response into account. Hypertension ...

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Use of Nitrous Oxide Donor for Labor Induction in Women With PreEclampsia

The investigators are proposing a double blinded, placebo controlled, randomized clinical trial of patients undergoing induction of labor for preeclampsia. Once the decision to induce will be taken, the participants will be randomized to receive either intravaginal IMN (40mg) or identical appearing placebo placed every 4hrs in the posterior vaginal ...

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Oral Nifedipine Versus Labetalol in Treatment of Postpartum Hypertension

Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy are important cause of severe morbidity, long-term disability and death among both mothers and their babies. In Africa and Asia, nearly one tenth of all maternal deaths are associated with hypertensive disorders of pregnancy research has focused on the antenatal complications' for both mother and baby ...

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