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Research Article

Predictors of Impaired Postpartum Renal Function in Women after Preeclampsia: Results of a Prospective Single Center Study

Table 1

Baseline characteristics of preeclampsia patients and controls immediately before delivery (maximum 24 hours before delivery). Comparison entered by two-sample -test.

PE patients ()Controls ()Reference values value

Delivery age (y)31.95 22–4331.40 23–420.64
Gestational age (d)243 189–278245 195–2710.65
Birth weight (g)2336 1160–34802720 1570–39190.003
Proteinuria 2639.9 301–12133180.9 60–891.5<300 mg/24 h in pregnancy
<120 mg/L outside of pregnancy
Creatinine (mol/L)66.88 35.2–96.852.8 17.6–105.6<0.90.001
Urea (mg/dL)27.41 10–5433.21 14–5521–430.018
Uric acid (mg/dL)6.01 4.3–8.85.51 4.1–7.5<5.70.023
GFR-CDK-EPI (mL/min/1.73 m2)79.32 29–127113.05 71–19890–140<0.0001
Serum protein (g/dL)5.27 3.87–6.726.35 4.7–8.36.40–8.30<0.0001
Cystatin C (mg/L)1.31 0.8–2.330.74 0.66–0.890.6–1.1<0.0001
Calcium (mmol/L)2.12 1.7–3.82.08 1.85–2.512.20–2.550.508
sFlt-1 (pg/mL)10708 635–33333
PlGF (pg/mL)67.9 5.02–421.5
Systolic blood pressure (mmHg)150.95 128–170125.26 89–145<140<0.0001
Diastolic blood pressure (mmHg)88.79 67–11076.64 45–92<90<0.0001

All values are presented as mean [range].

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