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Clinical Study

Evaluating the Association between Assisted Conception and the Severity of Preeclampsia

Table 1

Demographics: Preeclamptic cases versus non-preeclamptic controls.

VariablePreeclampsia  % ( 𝑁 = 4 4 0 )Control  % ( 𝑁 = 5 9 1 ) 𝑃 value

Mean age26.8 +/− 6.927.2 +/− 6.60.42
Race (African American)84.8 (373)74.5 (440)0.0001
Mean BMI at screening29.9 +/− 828.9 +/− 7.60.06
Primiparous33.4 (147)22.7 (134)0.0002
Mean gest age at delivery36.1 +/− 3.739.2 +/− 1.2<0.001
Twin Pregnancy5.2 (23)0 (0)<0.0001
Pregestational diabetes4.1 (18)2.2 (13)0.12
Gestational diabetes3.9 (17)2.2 (13)0.17
Chronic hypertension15.5 (68)5.3 (31)0.0001
History of preeclampsia20.9 (92)7.6 (45)0.0001
History of preterm preeclampsia9.8 (43)2.0 (12)0.0001
Tobacco use12.1 (53)10.3 (61)0.44

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