Among pregnant women at high risk of early preeclampsia, testing for abnormal cardiac function as early as 14 weeks of gestation could help predict risk of adverse outcomes, according to a study presented at the International Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology world congress. Echocardiograms could be used as a well-tolerated screening exam, researcher Kate Russo said.
Echocardiograms can help predict preeclampsia outcomes
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