Other authors of the study are Marc N. Elliott, Megan K. Beckett and Annie J. RAND all, Rosalie Corona, of the Virginia Commonwealth University , and Michelle T. Services of Los Angeles Department of Health.
Although the data are a decade old, Cowgill said the study still a number of reasons, including the fact that it was drawn from a national random sample of mothers and fathers, so that a fuller picture relevant. Past studies based on regional data, or were race – or gender-specific.And if so secondary hypertension during pregnancy: impact the mother renal function.
They speculate Renal this model pregnancy and high blood pressure can be a stimulus modified fetal development.
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