2013, Number 4
Instruments of the Clinical Practice Guide. Diagnosis and treatment of preeclampsia and eclampsia in pregnancy, childbirth and puerperium
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ABSTRACTGestational hypertension is a type of hypertension that occurs for the first time after the 20 weeks of gestation without significant proteinuria. There are four categories of hypertension in pregnant women. Preeclampsia is characterized by the presence of hypertension and significant proteinuria, those occurring after the 20th week of pregnancy. Preeclampsia associated with other diseases is not always synonymous of severe preeclampsia. We reserve the term of sever when adding clinical and laboratory markers of severity. In women with preeclampsia aggregated or associated with other disease states. Significant proteinuria is the amount of protein in urine ≥ 300 mg of protein in a urine collection of 24 hours. Also called significant proteinuria when the ratio of urinary protein creatinine ratio is ≥ 30 mg/mmol. Eclampsia is characterized by the occurrence of generalized tonic and clonic seizures not attributed to other causes in women with preeclampsia.
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