PEE

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AcronymDefinition
PEEPlan d'Epargne Entreprise
PEEPentium Extreme Edition
PEEProcédure d'Exécution d'Essais (French: Test Execution Procedure)
PEEPulsed Electromagnetic Energy
PEEPhotoelectric Effect
PEEPoste d'Expansion Économique (French: Economic Expansion Program)
PEEPentium Extreme Edition (Intel)
PEEPreeclampsia/Eclampsia
PEEProfessional Engineers in Education (division of NSPE)
PEEPoint Evidence Explanation (writing)
PEEPharmaceutical Executive Europe
PEEPerm, Russia - Perm (Airport Code)
PEEPetroleum Ether Extract
PEEPortable Execution Environment (computing)
PEEPhoto-Electron Emission
PEEPhosphate Eliminating Enzyme (deficiency)
PEEPropolis Ethanol Extract
PEEProgram Estimating Equation
PEEPhoto-Emission Effect
PEEPressure Environment Equipment
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Being an organ of vital importance for the perpetuation of pregnancy and fetal nutrition, it has evoked great interest among obstetricians and pathologists as well, and there is a dearth of studies to understand the "unique biological status" of this complex organ in patients with preeclampsia/eclampsia [10].
As for the degree of severity, 1.7% of all preeclampsia/eclampsia births in black women were eclampsia, compared with 1.4% for white and Hispanic women and 0.9% for Asian/Pacific Islanders.
Although EBP was a possible cause of seizures in those reported postpartum cases, differential diagnosis of preeclampsia/eclampsia or structural brain diseases should be done perfectly to say the reason of seizure is EBP (5).
The causes of death in the preeclampsia/eclampsia group 10/4 (40% mortality rate) were cerebrovascular accident in one patient and multiple organ failure with (MOF) in three others.
These include chronic hypertension, gestational hypertension, preeclampsia/eclampsia, and superimposed preeclampsia/eclampsia, a condition defined as chronic hypertension complicated by preeclampsia/eclampsia (2-4).
Apesar disso, foi possivel verificar que 19,7% das gestantes atendidas com diagnostico de preeclampsia/eclampsia foram encaminhadas para unidades de referencia em atendimento de gestante de alto risco.
Aa genomewide linkage study of preeclampsia/eclampsia reveals evidence for a candidate regios on 4q.
There should be affordable and accessible antenatal care services where women are taught about the dangers of preeclampsia/eclampsia, so that they present early to hospitals.
Women with prehypertension prior to pregnancy were an adjusted 2.7-fold more likely to develop a hypertensive disorder in pregnancy, 2.2-fold more likely to have preeclampsia/eclampsia, and 1.2-fold more likely to develop gestational diabetes than women who were normotensive before pregnancy.
En trabajos previos sobre preeclampsia/eclampsia (PE/E) en la mujer peruana, se ha encontrado que en la poblacion sin PE/E la incidencia de peso pequeno al nacer ocurrio en 7,6% de los recien nacidos.
(Table-1) Amongst statistically significant adverse maternal outcomes were performance of LUCS (82% in the cases vs only 16% in the controls), occurrence of PPH (6% in the cases vs 0% in the controls), associated preeclampsia/eclampsia (36% in the hypertensive group v/s 0% in the control group), occurrence of oligohydramnios (22% in the cases v/s 0% in the controls) and associated GDM (14% in the cases v/s 0% in the controls).