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History of kidney injury increases risk of pregnancy complications
Dec 23, 2016
A study by Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) investigators finds, for the first time, that women with a history of acute kidney injury with complete clinical recovery have an increase of several adverse outcomes of pregnancy – including premature delivery and preeclampsia, a condition that is hazardous for both mother and baby – even though they appear to have normal kidney function prior to pregnancy. Their findings are being published online in the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology....
History of kidney injury increases risk of pregnancy complications - ET HealthWorld
Risk of preeclampsia preterm delivery in women with history of acute kidney injury