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>Journals >Ginecología y Obstetricia de México >Year 2007, Issue 02


Briceño PC, Briceño SL
Evidence-based obstetric conduct. Severe preeclampsia: aggressive or expectant management?
Ginecol Obstet Mex 2007; 75 (02)

Language: Español
References: 43
Page: 95-103
PDF: 169.33 Kb.


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ABSTRACT

In severe preeclampsia, delivery is assisted immediately without thinking in fetal conditions. Some decades ago, there is agreement to hospitalize, but there is no agreement between expectant or aggressive management. Here are revised these two management evidence based medicine. Fifteen non randomized non controlled trials in English and 4 in Latin American literature highlight 10-14 days pregnancy prolongation without increase maternal morbidity with conservative management; but there were criticized by non random patient selection and non controlled. Two randomized controlled trials showed improvement in neonatal results with no change in maternal, with expectant management. One systematic review of these two trials concluded there is not sufficient data to any reliable recommendation and proposes longer trials are necessary. In United States, National Working Group in the High Blood Pressure Educational Program believes expectant management is only possible in selective women group between 23-32 weeks. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologist recommends this management in a tertiary care setting or in consultation with an obstetrician-gynecologist with training in high risk pregnancies. Expectant management present proposal in severe preeclampsia remote from term is summarized.


Key words: severe preeclampsia, expectant or conservative management, aggressive, active or interventionist management, evidence based medicine.


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