Pregnancy Outcomes in Women with Pre-existing Hypertension and Chronic Kidney Disease - DOH-Net
The Diabetes, Obesity and Hypertension in Pregnancy Research Network (DOH-Net) is a multi-disciplinary research team of obstetrical, midwifery and maternal-fetal medicine specialists.
DOH-Net, research, diabetes, hypertension, obesity, pregnancy, gestational diabetes, diabetes, obesity and hypertension in pregnancy research network, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, St. Michael's Hospital, McMaster University, obstetrics, midwife, maternal-fetal medicine, specialists, researchers, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Hamilton, Greater Toronto Area, GTA
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Pregnancy Outcomes in Women with Pre-existing Hypertension and Chronic Kidney Disease

Pregnancy in women with chronic kidney disease (CKD) and chronic hypertension (CHTN) is often accompanied by significant complications for the mother and baby. Risk is felt to increase with the degree of renal dysfunction as well as comorbid conditions like hypertension. This retrospective chart review study looks at obstetric outcomes in women with CKD and CHTN and aims to establish predictors of poor pregnancy outcomes.

Contact for this study:
Isabel Arruda, isabel.arruda@sunnybrook.ca