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Study Suggests Aspirin to Treat Pre-eclampsia

Study Suggests Aspirin to Treat Pre-eclampsia

Researchers at The Royal Women’s Hospital in Melbourne (AU) have discovered that a low dose of aspirin inhibits the production of two proteins associated with pre-eclampsia. Identifying individuals at particular risk of developing the potentially deadly pregnancy complication can be difficult as it often has no symptoms aside from high blood pressure and protein in the urine. Early detection involves blood pressure checks, ultrasounds to analyze blood flow in the umbilical cord, and blood tests at 11-13 weeks gestation. In Australia, doctors are now prescribing low doses of aspirin to women at high risk for pre-eclampsia.

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