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Feb 05

There seem to be no significant differences in pregnancy loss, need for high-level neonatal care

There seem to be no significant differences in pregnancy loss, need for high-level neonatal care, or overall maternal complications in women with mild-to-moderate hypertension at 14 to 33 weeks gestation randomized to tight vs. “less-tight” BP control, suggested an international trial. However, women assigned to tight BP control were significantly less likely to develop severe hypertension. The report is published online in the New England Journal of Medicine.

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