2018, Number 03
Revista Médica Sinergia 2018; 3 (03)
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ABSTRACTPreeclampsia is defines as blood pressure above 140/90 associated with proteinuria in pregnant women with gestational age greater than 2o weeks. This is one of the pathologies with greater maternal and perinatal morbimortality so is very important to keep an adequate follow-up in the medical controls to document the presence of risk factors, signs and symptoms that lead us to a possible diagnosis, as well as severity criteria for avoid reaching critical stages such as HELLP syndrome or Eclampsia among others.