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Re: Hypertension in Pregnancy: The Management of Hypertensiv

Post by caryn » Mon Jan 09, 2012 01:23 am

It's the NICE guidelines. PRECOG was designed (with APEC's support) to supplement the NICE guidelines when NICE had little content specific to hypertensive pregnancy. As I understand things, now NICE have updated their own guidelines to incorporate PRECOG plus some additional research done after PRECOG was developed.

This links to the 2010 guideline and seems likely to be the thing the NHS will now use, but I am trying to confirm that with someone in the system who would know for certain.

Re: Hypertension in Pregnancy: The Management of Hypertensiv

Post by blythe » Mon Jan 09, 2012 01:11 am

Does this replace PRECOG or update it?

Re: Hypertension in Pregnancy: The Management of Hypertensiv

Post by MissingMolly » Sat Jan 07, 2012 12:54 am

Wow, this is great. Thanks for posting, Caryn!

Hypertension in Pregnancy: The Management of Hypertensive Di

Post by caryn » Fri Jan 06, 2012 08:49 am

The guideline has been developed with the aim of providing guidance in the following areas: information and advice for women who have chronic hypertension and are pregnant or planning to become pregnant; information and advice for women who are pregnant and at increased risk of developing hypertensive disorders of pregnancy; management of pregnancy with chronic hypertension; management of pregnancy in women with gestational hypertension; management of pregnancy for women with pre-eclampsia before admission to critical care level 2 setting; management of pre-eclampsia and its complications in a critical care setting; information, advice and support for women and healthcare professionals after discharge to primary care following a pregnancy complicated by hypertension; care of the fetus during pregnancy complicated by a hypertensive disorder.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22220321

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