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Clinical risk factor of preeclampsia: a five-year retrospective study in Bali Royal Hospital, Bali-Indonesia

I. P. Adnyana, F. Liwang, K. Negara, I. P. Manuaba, A. Bhargah, I. Prabawa


Abstract: Prevalence of preeclampsia worldwide is quite high, treatment for preeclampsia currently does not give satisfying result, overcome the risk factor are the key to prevent the disease. The aim of this study is to explore the clinical risk factor of preeclampsia in Bali Royal Hospital. A case control study was conducted in Bali Royal Hospital between June 2013-June 2018. Consecutive methods are used to find samples in the study. Total of 80 samples was involved in current study, divided into two groups evenly (case and control group). Statistical analysis using chi-square test, odds ratio calculation, and logistic regression models were used. This study found an association of clinical risk factors with the occurrence of preeclampsia. Chronic hypertension is the most important risk factor for the occurrence of preeclampsia (adjusted OR: 8.44; p = 0.008). Therefore, advanced maternal age, obesity, history of preeclampsia, chronic hypertension, multiple fetal pregnancies, and nulliparity showed to be the risk factors for preeclampsia.
DOI:10.18643/gieu.2018.89

Keywords: pregnancy, hypertension, preeclampsia, risk.

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