HYP_Q12b14b_postpartum_breastfeeding_cdsrdare_180209

#SearchesResults
1(PREGNANCY and HYPERTENSION).kw.45
2PREGNANCY COMPLICATIONS, CARDIOVASCULAR.kw.19
3(pregnan$ adj3 hypertensi$).ti.14
4or/1–351
5(HELLP SYNDROME or PRE-ECLAMPSIA).kw.54
6preeclamp$.tw,tx.36
7(pre adj3 eclamp$).tw,tx.148
8ECLAMPSIA.kw.53
9(Eclampsi$ or eclamptic$).tw,tx.159
10HELLP.tw,tx.18
11tox?emi$.tw,tx.15
12or/5–11172
13HYPERTENSION, PREGNANCY-INDUCED.kw.4
14PREGNANCY COMPLICATIONS, CARDIOVASCULAR.kw.19
15((pregnan$ or gestation$) adj3 hypertensi$).tw,tx.112
16or/13–15115
17(non?proteinur$ adj3 hypertensi$).tw,tx.0
18(non?albuminuri$ adj3 hypertensi$).tw,tx.0
19or/17–180
20PREGNANCY.kw.866
21and/19–200
22or/4,12,16,21202
23POSTNATAL CARE.kw.16
24POSTPARTUM PERIOD.kw.20
25(post adj3 (natal$ or partum or pregnan$)).tw,tx.142
26puerper$.tw,tx.79
27((follow$ or post$ or after) adj3 (birth$ or deliver$)).tw,tx.232
28or/23–27402
2928 and 2244
30LACTATION.kw.28
31BREAST FEEDING.kw.32
32lactat$.tw,tx.213
33((human or breast) adj3 milk).tw,tx.135
34(breast adj3 fed).tw,tx.70
35MILK, HUMAN.kw.20
36or/30–35345
37and/29,368

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Cover of Hypertension in Pregnancy
Hypertension in Pregnancy: The Management of Hypertensive Disorders During Pregnancy.
NICE Clinical Guidelines, No. 107.
National Collaborating Centre for Women's and Children's Health (UK).
London: RCOG Press; 2010 Aug.
Copyright © 2011, Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.

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