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ORIGINAL REPORT Comparison of the Efficacy of Nifedipine and Hydralazine in Hypertensive Crisis in Pregnancy
Acta Medica Iranica
Intravenous hydralazine is a commonly administered arteriolar vasodilator that is effective for hypertensive emergencies associated with pregnancy. Oral nifedipine is an alternative in management of these patients. In this study the efficacy of nifedipine and hydralazine in pregnancy was compared in a group of Iranian patients. Fifty hypertensive pregnant women were enrolled in the study. A randomized clinical trial was performed, in which patients in two groups received intravenus hydralazinefatcat:237z2oko3ne2jp7vdvjszp7mte