International Journal of Hypertension / 2014 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Quantifying Proteinuria in Hypertensive Disorders of Pregnancy

Table 1

Baseline clinical characteristics of study population.

ParameterValue

 Age in years27.4 ± 4.3 (20–41)
 Gestational weeks at delivery35.3 ± 3.3 (25–39)
 Systolic blood pressure at the time of admission (mm Hg)152 ± 18.2 (132–178)
 Diastolic blood pressure at the time of admission (mm Hg)96.4 ± 11.3 (78–116)
Parity
 Primiparae52 (51%)
 Multiparae50 (49%)
Type of hypertension
 Chronic hypertension4 (3.9%)
 Gestational hypertension17 (16.7%)
 Mild preeclampsia22 (21.6%)
 Severe preeclampsia43 (42.2%)
 Imminent eclampsia13 (12.7%)
 Eclampsia3 (2.9%)
Obstetric complications
 Gestational diabetes9 (8.8%)
 Thrombocytopenia8 (7.8%)
 Anemia2 (2%)
 Twins2 (2%)
 Abruptio placenta2 (2%)
 Intrauterine death3 (2.9%)
 HELLP syndrome4 (3.9%)
 Fetal growth restriction10 (9.8%)
 Oligohydramnios4 (3.9%)
 Raised Doppler indices5 (4.9%)
 Preterm delivery49 (48%)
Route of delivery
 Vaginal delivery28 (27.5%)
 Caesarean delivery74 (72.5%)
Birth weight (Kg)
 <1 Kg7 (6.9%)
 1–1.5 Kg16 (15.7%)
 1.51–2.5 Kg32 (31.4%)
 >2.5 Kg47 (46.1%)
 Overall2.16 ± 0.73 (0.56–3.4)
Neonatal complications
 Hyperbilirubinaemia8 (7.8%)
 Respiratory distress7 (6.9%)
 Sepsis1 (1%)
 Still birth4 (3.9%)
 Transient tachypnoea17 (16.7%)

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