The Association Between High-Normal Blood Pressure and the Development of Preeclampsia in Twin Pregnancies

By on July 9, 2019

Women with twin pregnancies are at increased risk of preeclampsia.  In this study we found that women  with twin pregnancies and blood pressure readings that were normal, but in the upper range of normal, are at significantly increased risk of developing preeclampsia and need to be monitored carefully.

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