Mediators of Inflammation / 2010 / Article / Tab 1

Clinical Study

Maternal Serum Levels of TNF-Alpha and IL-6 Long after Delivery in Preeclamptic and Normotensive Pregnant Women

Table 1

Demographic and clinical characteristics of women with normal pregnancy (NP) and pregnancy complicated by preeclampsia (PE). There were no differences between the two groups unless otherwise indicated.

NP:16PE:17

Maternal age (years)33.57 ± 4.4331.14 ± 5.24
Gestational age at sampling (mean ± SD)34.14 ± 3.6332.71 ± 3.04
BMI before birth25 ± 4.0428.96 ± 6.71
Systolic blood pressure before birth (mean ± SD)117.6 ± 8.6175.22 ± 12.7
Diastolic blood pressure before birth (mean ± SD)71.8 ± 7.6110.7 ± 7.51
Neonatal weight (gr)3275.71 ± 333.611699.29 ± 625.3
Primigravida (N) (%)10 (62.5)17 (100)
Admission to the ICU (N) (%)5 (31.2)
IUGR neonates (N) (%)6 (37.5) *

* 𝑃 < . 0 5 versus control.
** 𝑃 < . 0 0 1 versus control.

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