Preeclampsia (PE) Study: Can you predict your risk to develop PE?

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As part of our commitment to healthy pregnancies and deliveries. We are conducting follow-up research with patients who conceived at our clinic. We use a FMF preeclampsia prediction algorithm to assess your risk to develop preeclampsia.

How it works:

It is very simple. No need for special appointments and tests.

When you come in for your First Trimester Screening (FTS), we gather all the preeclampsia Screening information we need, which includes: 

Uterine Artery Doppler test, blood work, blood pressure measurements and answering a short questionnaire. 

All these values are input into the FMF preeclampsia predictor calculator, and your PE risk is immediately reported. The results allow us to classify your risk for developing PE before 37 weeks. If you were found to be at high risk, a low dose of aspirin (150mg/day) until 36 weeks will be recommended. Aspirin has shown to reduce the risk of PE by 90% before 32 weeks. As part of this PE research, we will follow up with you until you give birth.


To learn more about the study and to enroll in it please contact us 

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