Association between hypertensive medication during pregnancy and risk of several maternal and neonatal outcomes in women with chronic hypertension: a population-based study

Anna Cantarutti, Gloria Porcu, Anna Locatelli & Giovanni Corrao
Several studies have reported an association between perinatal complications and the severity of the hypertensive disease. The increasing number of pregnancies complicated by hypertension and the small assurance about the perinatal effects of hypertensive drug use during pregnancy involves the need of studying the better management of hypertensive mothers. To evaluate the association between maternal use of antihypertensive drugs and maternal and neonatal outcomes in women with chronic hypertension. We conducted a population-based study including...
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