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Obstetrics and Gynaecology Insights
Preeclampsia is the main cause of maternal morbidity and mortality in Mexico, accounting for up to 34% of all maternal deaths. Current evidence refers to the usefulness of the protein/creatinine ratio as a predictor of preeclampsia, and its outcome is comparable with the determination of 24-hour proteinuria. To determine the usefulness of the protein/creatinine index in an isolated urine sample in patients with preeclampsia. A series of cases of pregnant women diagnosed with preeclampsia wasdoi:10.28967/ogi.2017.01.17002 fatcat:4kqtqs7mmfaltmjhiv73crtpoy