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Placental syndromes
Maternal hemodynamics
Ophthalmic artery Doppler analysis
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Validation of maternal cardiac output assessed by transthoracic echocardiography against pulmonary artery catheterization in severely ill pregnant women
Cardiac output assessment in pregnancy
Maternal cardiovascular function at 35–37 weeks' gestation
Longitudinal study of vascular structure and function during normal pregnancy
Total uterine artery blood volume flow rate in nulliparous women is associated with birth weight and gestational age at delivery
Maternal cardiac function at 35–37 weeks' gestation
Maternal cardiac function at 35–37 weeks' gestation
Screening for pre‐eclampsia using sFlt‐1/PlGF ratio cut‐off of 38 at 30–37 weeks' gestation
Change in maternal cardiac output from preconception to mid‐pregnancy is associated with birth weight in healthy pregnancies
Longitudinal hemodynamics in acute phase of treatment with labetalol in hypertensive pregnant women to predict need for vasodilatory therapy
Serial hemodynamic monitoring to guide treatment of maternal hypertension leads to reduction in severe hypertension
Lung and cardiac ultrasound for hemodynamic monitoring of patients with severe pre‐eclampsia
Preclinical atherosclerosis at the time of pre‐eclamptic pregnancy and up to 10 years postpartum
Endothelial dysfunction and vascular stiffness in women with previous pregnancy complicated by early or late pre‐eclampsia
Insights into cardiac alterations after pre‐eclampsia
Prevalence of asymptomatic heart failure in formerly pre‐eclamptic women
Pre‐eclampsia
Delivery of small‐for‐gestational‐age neonate and association with early‐onset impaired maternal endothelial function
Clinical inference of maternal renal venous Doppler ultrasonography
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