Increased Focus on Preventing Preeclampsia

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Abstract

Cases of preeclampsia in the United States have increased since 1980 from 2.4% of all pregnancies to 3.8% in 2010. This increase is cause for concern: Preeclampsia accounts for more than $2.18 billion of the healthcare expenditure in the first 12 months after birth.

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