HDP

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HDPHTML (HyperText Markup Language) Design Principles
HDPHijo de Puta (Spanish: Son of a Bitch)
HDPHerbes de Provence (French herbs)
HDPHeavy Duty Professional (warranty)
HDPHigh Definition Printing
HDPHigh Definition Processor
HDPHermes Data Processing
HDPHigh Density Plasma
HDPHigh Density Polyethylene
HDPHazardous Duty Pay
HDPHigh Density Particle Board (various companies)
HDPHealth Development Plan (various organizations)
HDPHuman Dimensions of Global Environmental Change Programme
HDPHound Dog Products (est. 1994)
HDPHazara Democratic Party (Pakistan)
HDPHypertensive Disorders of Pregnancy
HDPHigh Definition Player (Blu-ray or HD DVD)
HDPHard Drive Password
HDPHurricane Destruction Potential
HDPHydrocarbon Dew Point
HDPHolddown Post (US NASA)
HDPHelp Desk Plus (software)
HDPHistorically Disadvantaged Persons
HDPHydro-Dynamic Products (UK)
HDPHousing Developer Pro (Enterprise Community Partners, Inc. software)
HDPHome Design Products
HDPHigh Definition Porn
HDPHandoff Call-Dropping Probability
HDPHigh Density Design Packaging and Microsystem Integration (IEEE symposium)
HDPHome Defense Program
HDPHigh Density Presort (Canada Post)
HDPHigh Delta Pressure
HDPHealthy Diet Pyramid (Singapore)
HDPHuman Development Policy
HDPHomeland Defense Program
HDPHot Dog Party
HDPHigh Discard Priority
HDPHigh Dual Peak
HDPHalf-Done Productions (forum)
HDPHome Delivery Platform (Ireland and UK)
HDPHandover Distribution Point (Telecom)
HDPHigh Desert Patriots (California)
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Categorical variables, such as frequency distribution of hypertensive disorders of pregnancy, postpartum hemorrhage, cesarean section, preterm birth, and placental abruption, were compared using the Chi-square test or Fisher exact test.
Cerebral autoregulation in different hypertensive disorders of pregnancy.
Management of hypertensive disorders of pregnancy included bed rest; to prevent seizures, all patients received magnesium sulphate as a 4 gram IV loading dose followed by 1 gm IV per hour before delivery, intrapartum and for 24 hours postpartum.
Through their national fundraising events the Promise Walk for Preeclampsia[TM], the Preeclampsia Foundation works to achieve its mission to provide patient support and education, raise public awareness, catalyze research and improve health care practices, envisioning a world where preeclampsia and related hypertensive disorders of pregnancy no longer threaten the lives of mothers and babies.
SDB in midpregnancy was significantly associated with hypertensive disorders of pregnancy, while having SOB in both early and midpregnncy was significantly associated with gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM).
Diagnostic parameters of hypertensive disorders of pregnancy are well defined [1, 6, 7, 12, 17-20], but clinicians should be aware of the existence of atypical forms of preeclampsia, with symptoms ranging from mild hypertension with or without proteinuria to severe hypertension with/without proteinuria and/or end organ damage [2, 5, 6, 12, 21].
Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy (HDP) are multisystem diseases, which include chronic (preexisting) hypertension, gestational hypertension, preeclampsia, eclampsia, and preeclampsia superimposed on chronic hypertension [1].
6%, and the main indications were hypertensive disorders of pregnancy, post-dates pregnancy and pre-labour rupture of the membranes.
There are inconsistent reports related to the role of eNOS 4a/b genotypes and haplotypes on the risk of developing hypertensive disorders of pregnancy including preeclampsia (7-11).
Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy are responsible for significant maternal and perinatal morbidity and mortality1.
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