Passive Smoking Exposure and Preeclampsia

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Abstract

SYNOPSIS:

A study that has focused on patients who are exposed to second-hand smoke shows a higher rate of preeclampsia than nonsmokers.

SOURCE:

Luo ZC, et al. Plasma cotinine indicates an increased risk of preeclampsia in previous and passive smokers. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2014; 210:232.e1-5.

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