Predicting Postpartum Hypertension: A Study of High Risk Women Discharged Without Antihypertensive Therapy
ACOG ePoster. Wiese S. Apr 27, 2018; 211704; 37H
Sarah Wiese
Sarah Wiese
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Introduction: Hypertensive disease of pregnancy is a leading cause of maternal mortality. The primary objective of our study was to identify associations between demographics and persistent postpartum hypertension, and secondary outcome to identify postpartum blood pressures predicting persistent hypertension.

Methods: We performed a retrospective electronic chart review of women with hypertensive disorders of pregnancy, delivered from 7/1/09-7/1/16. Exclusion criteria were anti-hypertensive medication upon discharge and no recorded blood pressure within 12 weeks postpartum. Study variables included maternal demographics, the three highest systolic and diastolic values
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