Table 4

PE patients’ clinical information
Characteristics Statistics
BMI (prior to pregnancy) (kg/m2) 29.1 (23.0, 33.9)
Systolic blood pressure 146.0 (134.0, 157.5)
Diastolic blood pressure 85.5 (77.0, 94.5)
Protein/creatinine ratio (PCR) test results (mg/g) 803.5 (449.5 to 1492.0)
Prior history of preeclampsia
 Yes 3 (9.4%)
 No 28 (87.5%)
Information not available 1 (3.1%)
Multiple gestation
 Yes 3 (9.4%)
 No 29 (90.6%)
Number of abortions (induced or spontaneous)
 number = 0 21 (65.6%)
 number = 1 5 (15.6%)
 number = 2 2 (6.2%)
 number = 3 2 (6.2%)
 number = 4 0 (0%)
 number = 5 1 (3.1%)
 number = 6 1 (3.1%)
Number of full term pregnancies
 number = 0 22 (68.8%)
 number = 1 2 (6.2%)
 number = 2 3 (9.4%)
 number = 3 3 (9.4%)
 number = 4 1 (3.1%)
 number = 5 1 (3.1%)
Number of premature pregnancies
 number = 0 27 (84.4%)
 number = 1 4 (12.5%)
 number = 2 1 (3.1%)
Smoking history
 Never 32 (100%)
Total number of pregnancies
 number = 1 14 (43.8%)
 number = 2 4 (12.5%)
 number = 3 5 (15.6%)
 number = 4 4 (12.5%)
 number = 5 2 (6.2%)
 number = 6 1 (3.1%)
 number = 7 0 (0%)
 number = 8 0 (0%)
 number = 9 0 (0%)
 number = 10 1 (3.1%)
 number = 11 1 (3.1%)
In vitro fertilization (IVF) utilized for this pregnancy
 No 32 (100%)

BMI, systolic blood pressure, protein/creatinine ratio (PCR) – Median (Interquartile range).

BMI, body mass index; PE, preeclampsia.

Liu et al.

Liu et al. BMC Medicine 2013 11:236   doi:10.1186/1741-7015-11-236

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