A sub-question from questions 4 & 7

Searches

Proteinuria

Reference IDBibliographic InformationReason for rejecting study
724Authors: Ferrazzani S;Caruso A;De Carolis S;Martino IV;Mancuso S;. Title: Proteinuria and outcome of 444 pregnancies complicated by hypertension. Journal Name: American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Year: 1990 FebThe study does not investigate the impact of the level of proteinuria in pre-eclampsia
725Authors: Page EW;Christianson R;. Title: Influence of blood pressure changes with and without proteinuria upon outcome of pregnancy. Journal Name: American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Year: 1976 Dec 1The study does not investigate the impact of the level of proteinuria in pre-eclampsia
726Authors: Waugh J;Bell SC;Kilby M;Lambert P;Shennan A;Halligan A;. Title: Effect of concentration and biochemical assay on the accuracy of urine dipsticks in hypertensive pregnancies. Journal Name: Hypertension in Pregnancy. Year: 2001Comparing methods of measuring proteinuria (not our intervention)
196Authors: Witlin AG;Saade GR;Mattar F;Sibai BM;. Title: Risk factors for abruptio placentae and eclampsia: analysis of 445 consecutively managed women with severe preeclampsia and eclampsia. Journal Name: American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Year: 1999 JunThe study does not investigate the impact of the level of proteinuria in pre-eclampsia
727Authors: Buchbinder A;Sibai BM;Caritis S;MacPherson C;Hauth J;Lindheimer MD;Klebanoff M;VanDorsten P;Landon M;Paul R;Miodovnik M;Meis P;Thurnau G;National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Network of Maternal-Fetal Medicine Units.;. Title: Adverse perinatal outcomes are significantly higher in severe gestational hypertension than in mild preeclampsia. Journal Name: American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Year: 2002 JanThe study does not investigate the impact of the level of proteinuria in pre-eclampsia
198Authors: Bailey DJ;Walton SM;. Title: Routine investigations might be useful in pre-eclampsia, but not in gestational hypertension. Journal Name: Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Year: 2005 AprThe study does not investigate the impact of the level of proteinuria in pre-eclampsia
218Authors: Waugh J;Bell SC;Kilby MD;Lambert P;Shennan A;Halligan A;. Title: Urine protein estimation in hypertensive pregnancy: which thresholds and laboratory assay best predict clinical outcome?. Journal Name: Hypertension in Pregnancy. Year: 2005No comparison according to proteinuria levels.
265Authors: Roberts JM;Bodnar LM;Lain KY;Hubel CA;Markovic N;Ness RB;Powers RW;. Title: Uric acid is as important as proteinuria in identifying fetal risk in women with gestational hypertension. Journal Name: Hypertension. Year: 2005 DecThe paper studies serum uric acid level as an indicator for increased risk in gestational hypertension (not our test).
207Authors: Saudan PJ;Brown MA;Farrell T;Shaw L;. Title: Improved methods of assessing proteinuria in hypertensive pregnancy. Journal Name: British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Year: 1997 OctComparing methods of measuring proteinuria (not our intervention)
728Authors: Lao TT;Chin RK;Lam YM;. Title: The significance of proteinuria in pre-eclampsia; proteinuria associated with low birth weight only in pre-eclampsia. Journal Name: European Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Biology. Year: 1988 OctPopulation divided into positive or negative proteinuric (no levels comparison).
729Authors: Deruelle P;Coudoux E;Ego A;Houfflin-Debarge V;Codaccioni X;Subtil D;. Title: Risk factors for post-partum complications occurring after preeclampsia and HELLP syndrome. A study in 453 consecutive pregnancies. Journal Name: European Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Biology. Year: 2006 Mar 1the study does not investigate the impact of the level of proteinuria in pre-eclampsia
730Authors: Al-Mulhim AA;bu-Heija A;Al-Jamma F;El-Harith EHA;. Title: Pre-eclampsia: Maternal risk factors and perinatal outcome. Journal Name: Fetal Diagnosis and Therapy. Year: 2003No usable data presented
731Authors: Thangaratinam S;Ismail K;Sharp S;Coomarasamy A;O'Mahony F;Khan KS;O'Brien S;. Title: Prioritisation of tests for the prediction of preeclampsia complications: A Delphi survey. Journal Name: Hypertension in Pregnancy. Year: 2007Survey of prioritisation of tests (the study does not investigate the impact of the level of proteinuria in pre-eclampsia)
732Authors: Stepan H;Nordmeyer AK;Faber R;. Title: Proteinuria in hypertensive pregnancy diseases is associated with a longer persistence of hypertension postpartum. Journal Name: Journal of Human Hypertension. Year: 2006 FebNo comparison according to proteinuria levels.
733Authors: Homer CS;Brown MA;Mangos G;Davis GK;. Title: Non-proteinuric pre-eclampsia: a novel risk indicator in women with gestational hypertension. Journal Name: Journal of Hypertension. Year: 2008 FebNo comparison according to proteinuria levels.
734Authors: Liu CM;Cheng PJ;Chang SD;. Title: Maternal complications and perinatal outcomes associated with gestational hypertension and severe preeclampsia in Taiwanese women. Journal Name: Journal of the Formosan Medical Association. Year: 2008 Febpre-eclampsia vs. gestational hypertension (the study does not investigate the impact of the level of proteinuria in pre-eclampsia)
735Authors: Chua S;Redman CW;. Title: Prognosis for pre-eclampsia complicated by 5 g or more of proteinuria in 24 hours. Journal Name: European Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Biology. Year: 1992 Jan 9Case-series (non-comparative): the study does not investigate the impact of proteinuria level in pre-eclampsia
736Authors: Brown MA;Buddle ML;. Title: Hypertension in pregnancy: maternal and fetal outcomes according to laboratory and clinical features. Journal Name: Medical Journal of Australia. Year: 1996 Oct 7No comparison according to proteinuria levels.
737Authors: Young RA; Buchanan RJ; and Kinch RAH;. Title: Use of the protein/creatinine ratio of a single voided urine specimen in the evaluation of suspected pregnancy-induced hypertension. Journal Name: J Fam Pract Year: 1996 AprNo accurate validation methods

From: Appendix F, Excluded studies

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.
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