Hemodynamic profiles in severe preeclamptic and superimposed preeclamptic pregnancies

G Uncu, C Cengiz, S Sahin
Clinical and Experimental Obstetrics & Gynecology 1996, 23 (3): 157-60
In this study, we investigated the hemodynamic profiles of pregnancy-induced hypertension cases. Hemodynamic measurements were performed in five severe preeclamptic and three superimposed preeclamptic cases. We applied Swan-Ganz catheters and measured hemodynamic parameters. According to the results, we suggest that pulmonary edema occurs more easily in severe preeclampsia than in superimposed preeclampsia.

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