ACOG Issues new guidelines for PE diagnosis and management

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ACOG Issues new guidelines for PE diagnosis and management

Postby eleni » Fri Oct 20, 639899 1:08 am

Lots of comments about this on Facebook, but if you didn't see that post, you'll want to read the news from the American College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists. I was a member of the task force that developed these and why you'll see, for the first time, a section recommending patient education as a routine part of prenatal care. Among other recommended changes in clinical practice.

Read the College's press release here: ... t-released

We are developing a patient-friendly version of these guidelines now and hope to have it out before the end of the year.

Eleni Z. Tsigas
Executive Director
Preeclampsia Foundation

2x PE survivor; 29 week daughter died, 35 week IUGR son made it after 2 weeks of NICU fun; 3rd pregnancy PE-free resulted in strapping 8 pounder son, born at term.

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