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FACTORS RELATED WITH THE INCIDENCE OF SEVERE PREECLAMPSIA AT THE HOSPITAL DR M DJAMIL PADANG
1st Annual Conference of Midwifery
Preeclampsia is a condition characterized by an increase in maternal blood pressure of at least 140/90 mmHg accompanied by proteinuria and other symptoms that occur after 28 weeks gestation. The incidence of preeclampsia in hospital DR M Djamil Padang reached 33%. The exact cause of preeclampsia remains unknown, but extreme maternal age, nulliparity, history of hypertension are suspected to be the risk factors for this. This study aims to determine the factors related with the incidence ofdoi:10.2478/9788366675087-018 fatcat:dzlxmcb54ngf7lx2nclz2omgsq