Echocardiograms can help predict preeclampsia outcomes

10/18/2013 | Family Practice News

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.

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