4What investigations, monitoring and advice should take place when gestational hypertension is diagnosed?

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What kind of monitoring should take place and in what frequency when new hypertension is diagnosed?

What investigations should take place when new hypertension is diagnosed?

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184Authors: Konstantin-Hansen KF;Hesseldahl H;Pedersen SM;. Title: Microalbuminuria as a predictor of preeclampsia. Journal Name: Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica. Year: 1992 JulThis is not a diagnostic accuracy study. No comparison between a test and gold standard was made in this study.
185Authors: Cnossen JS;de Ruyter-Hanhijarvi H;van der Post JA;Mol BW;Khan KS;ter RG;. Title: Accuracy of serum uric acid determination in predicting pre-eclampsia: a systematic review. Journal Name: Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica. Year: 2006The populations of the included studies are either outside the defined population for this question or outside the scope.
186Authors: Wakwe VC;Abudu OO;. Title: Estimation of plasma uric acid in pregnancy induced hypertension (PIH). Is the test still relevant?. Journal Name: African Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences. Year: 1999 SepThis is not a diagnostic accuracy study. No comparison between a test and gold standard was made in this study.
187Authors: Ballegeer V;Spitz B;Kieckens L;Moreau H;Van AA;Collen D;. Title: Predictive value of increased plasma levels of fibronectin in gestational hypertension. Journal Name: American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Year: 1989 AugThe population included in this study is outside the scope.
188Authors: Kuo VS;Koumantakis G;Gallery ED;. Title: Proteinuria and its assessment in normal and hypertensive pregnancy. Journal Name: American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Year: 1992 SepNo measures of diagnostic accuracy were reported nor enough data given to construct a 2×2 table.
189Authors: Huddleston JF;Huggins WF;Williams GS;Flowers CE;. Title: A prospective comparison of two endogenous creatinine clearance testing methods in hospitalized hypertensive gravid women.[see comment]. Journal Name: American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Year: 1993 SepThis is not a diagnostic accuracy study. No comparison between a test and gold standard was made in this study.
190Authors: Meyer NL;Mercer BM;Friedman SA;Sibai BM;. Title: Urinary dipstick protein: a poor predictor of absent or severe proteinuria. Journal Name: American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Year: 1994 JanThis is a retrospective study.
191Authors: Sibai BM;Gordon T;Thom E;Caritis SN;Klebanoff M;McNellis D;Paul RH;. Title: Risk factors for preeclampsia in healthy nulliparous women: A prospective multicenter study. Journal Name: American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Year: 1995The population included in this study is outside the scope.
192Authors: Gribble RK;Fee SC;Berg RL;. Title: The value of routine urine dipstick screening for protein at each prenatal visit. Journal Name: American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Year: 1995 JulThis study is about routine screening. The population is outside the defined population for this question.
193Authors: Bar J;Hod M;Erman A;Friedman S;Gelerenter I;Kaplan B;Boner G;Ovadia J;. Title: Microalbuminuria as an early predictor of hypertensive complications in pregnant women at high risk. Journal Name: American Journal of Kidney Diseases. Year: 1996 AugThe population included in this study is outside the defined population for this question.
194Authors: Lim KH;Friedman SA;Ecker JL;Kao L;Kilpatrick SJ;. Title: The clinical utility of serum uric acid measurements in hypertensive diseases of pregnancy. Journal Name: American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Year: 1998 MayThe population included in this study is outside the defined population for this question.
195Authors: Saudan PJ;Shaw L;Brown MA;. Title: Urinary calcium/creatinine ratio as a predictor of preeclampsia. Journal Name: American Journal of Hypertension. Year: 1998None of the pre-defined interventions was investigated in this study.-
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 population included in this study is outside the defined population for this question.
197Authors: Phuapradit W;Manusook S;Lolekha P;. Title: Urinary calcium/creatinine ratio in the prediction of preeclampsia. Journal Name: Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Year: 1993 AugThis study does not investigate any of the pre-defined interventions (tests).
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 AprThis is not a diagnostic accuracy study. No comparison between a test and gold standard was made in this study.
199Authors: Zadehmodarres S;Razzaghi MR;Habibi G;Najmi Z;Jam H;Mosaffa N;Kaboosi M;. Title: Random urine protein to creatinine ratio as a diagnostic method of significant proteinuria in pre-eclampsia. Journal Name: Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Year: 2006 DecThis is a poor qualitiy study.
200Authors: Strevens H;Wide-Swensson D;Grubb A;Hansen A;Horn T;Ingemarsson I;Larsen S;Nyengaard JR;Torffvit O;Willner J;Olsen S;. Title: Serum cystatin C reflects glomerular endotheliosis in normal, hypertensive and pre-eclamptic pregnancies. Journal Name: BJOG: an International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Year: 2003 SepThis is not a diagnostic accuracy study. No comparison between a test and gold standard was made in this study.
201Authors: Thangaratinam S;Ismail KM;Sharp S;Coomarasamy A;Khan KS;Tests in Prediction of Pre-eclampsia Severity review group.;. Title: Accuracy of serum uric acid in predicting complications of pre-eclampsia: a systematic review. Journal Name: BJOG: an International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Year: 2006 AprThis review is a review on diagnostic test studies predicting maternal and neonatal outcome and not predicting proteinuria.
202Authors: Wikstrom AK;Wikstrom J;Larsson A;Olovsson M;. Title: Random albumin/creatinine ratio for quantification of proteinuria in manifest pre-eclampsia. Journal Name: BJOG: an International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Year: 2006This is not a diagnostic accuracy study. No comparison between a test and gold standard was made in this study.
203Authors: Cote AM;Brown MA;Lam E;Von D;Firoz T;Liston RM;Magee LA;. Title: Diagnostic accuracy of urinary spot protein:creatinine ratio for proteinuria in hypertensive pregnant women: Systematic review. Journal Name: British Medical Journal. Year: 2008The studies included in this review are in- and excluded individually.
204Authors: Ahmed Y;van IB;Paul C;Sullivan HF;Elder MG;. Title: Retrospective analysis of platelet numbers and volumes in normal pregnancy and in pre-eclampsia. Journal Name: British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Year: 1993 MarNo predictive values for maternal or fetal outcomes were reported in this study.
205Authors: Millar JGB;Campbell SK;Albano JDM;Higgins BR;Clark AD;. Title: Early prediction of pre-eclampsia by measurement of kallikrein and creatinine on a random urine sample. Journal Name: British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Year: 1996This study does not investigate any of the pre-defined interventions.
206Authors: Kyle PM;Campbell S;Buckley D;Kissane J;de SM;Albano J;Millar JG;Redman CW;. Title: A comparison of the inactive urinary kallikrein:creatinine ratio and the angiotensin sensitivity test for the prediction of pre-eclampsia. Journal Name: British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Year: 1996 OctThis study does not investigate any of the pre-defined interventions (tests).
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 OctThis is a poor quality study. Not enough information was given for conducting 2×2 tables. The reference standard, the population, and the sampling method were poorly described.
208Authors: McDonagh RJ;Ray JG;Burrows RF;Burrows EA;Vermeulen MJ;. Title: Platelet count may predict abnormal bleeding time among pregnant women with hypertension and preeclampsia. Journal Name: Canadian Journal of Anaesthesia. Year: 2001 JunThis study does not investigate any of the outcomes of interest.
209Authors: Price CP;Newall RG;Boyd JC;. Title: Use of protein:creatinine ratio measurements on random urine samples for prediction of significant proteinuria: a systematic review.. Journal Name: Clinical Chemistry. Year: 2005 SepThe studies included in this review are already included in a more recent systematic review. The population of some of the included studies are men and non-pregnant women.
210Authors: Mello G;Parretti E;Ognibene A;Mecacci F;Cioni R;Scarselli G;Messeri G;. Title: Prediction of the development of pregnancy-induced hypertensive disorders in high-risk pregnant women by artificial neural networks. Journal Name: Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine. Year: 2001The population included in this study is outside the defined population for this question.
211Authors: Brown MA;Wang MX;Buddle ML;Carlton MA;Cario GM;Zammit VC;Whitworth JA;. Title: Albumin excretory rate in normal and hypertensive pregnancy. Journal Name: Clinical Science. Year: 1994 MarThis is not a diagnostic accuracy study. No comparison between a test and gold standard was made in this study.
212Authors: Ekbom P;Damm P;Nogaard K;Clausen P;Feldt-Rasmussen U;Feldt-Rasmussen B;Nielsen LH;Molsted-Pedersen L;Mathiesen ER;. Title: Urinary albumin excretion and 24-hour blood pressure as predictors of pre-eclampsia in Type I diabetes. Journal Name: Diabetologia. Year: 2000 JulThis study does not investigate any intervention of interest.
213Authors: Serin YS;Ozcelik B;Bapbu M;Kylyc H;Okur D;Erez R;. Title: Predictive value of tumor necrosis factor alpha (TNF-alpha) in preeclampsia. Journal Name: European Journal of Obstetrics Gynecology and Reproductive Biology. Year: 2002This study does not investigate any intervention of interest.
214Authors: Koike T;Minakami H;Takayama T;Ogawa S;Kuwata T;Sato I;. Title: Elevation of the serum uric acid level preceding the clinical manifestation of preeclampsia in twin pregnancies. Journal Name: Gynecologic and Obstetric Investigation. Year: 1997The population included in this study is outside the defined population for this question.
215Authors: Rogers MS;Chung T;Baldwin S;Ho CS;Swaminathan R;. Title: A comparison of second trimester urinary electrolytes, microalbumin, and N-acetyl-beta-glucosaminidase for prediction of gestational hypertension and preeclampsia. Journal Name: Hypertension in Pregnancy. Year: 1994The population included in this study is outside the defined population for this question.
216Authors: Nisell H;Kublickas M;Lunell NO;Pettersson E;. Title: Renal function in gravidas with chronic hypertension with and without superimposed preeclampsia. Journal Name: Hypertension in Pregnancy. Year: 1996The population included in this study is outside the defined population for this question.
217Authors: Phelan LK;Brown MA;Davis GK;Mangos G;. Title: A prospective study of the impact of automated dipstick urinalysis on the diagnosis of preeclampsia. Journal Name: Hypertension in Pregnancy. Year: 2004A different reference standard than the reference standard specified was used.
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: 2005This is not a diagnostic accuracy study. No comparison between a test and gold standard was made in this study.
219Authors: Kaypour F;Masomi RH;Ranjbar NN;. Title: The predictive value of serum uric acid, roll-over test, and body mass index in pre-eclampsia. Journal Name: International Journal of Gynaecology and Obstetrics. Year: 2006 FebThis study is of poor quality.
220Authors: Devine PA;Rashid I;Mays J;Verma U;Tejani N;Garrick RE;Greenberg R;. Title: Reduced urinary calcium/creatinine ratio precedes preeclampsia and intrauterine growth restriction. Journal Name: Journal of Maternal-Fetal Investigation. Year: 1997None of the pre-defined interventions was investigated in this study.
221Authors: Abbasalizadeth F;Abbasalizadeh S;Rashtchizadeh N;. Title: Early diagnosis of preeclampsia by 8 and 12 h urine protein. Journal Name: Journal of Medical Sciences. Year: 2007This is not a diagnostic accuracy study. Not enough data was reported to calculate diagnostic accuracy measurements.
222Authors: Thong KJ;Howie AF;Smith AF;Greer IA;Johnstone FD;. Title: Micro-albuminuria in random daytime specimens in pregnancy induced hypertension. Journal Name: Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Year: 1991No predictive values for maternal or fetal outcomes were reported in this study.
223Authors: Williams KP;Galerneau F;. Title: The role of serum uric acid as a prognostic indicator of the severity of maternal and fetal complications in hypertensive pregnancies. Journal Name: Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Canada: JOGC. Year: 2002 AugThis study does not investigate any of the pre-defined primary outcomes.
224Authors: Weerasekera DS;Peiris H;. Title: The significance of serum uric acid, creatinine and urinary microprotein levels in predicting pre-eclampsia. Journal Name: Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Year: 2003 JanThe population included in this study is outside the defined population for this question.
225Authors: Somanathan N;Farrell T;Galimberti A;. Title: A comparison between 24-hour and 2-hour urine collection for the determination of proteinuria. Journal Name: Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Year: 2003 JulThis is a very poor quality study with a very small sample size (n=30).
226Authors: Khashia KM;Willett MJ;Elgawly RM;. Title: A 24-hour urine collection for proteinuria in pregnancy: Is it worthwhile doing the test?. Journal Name: Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Year: 2007This is a retrospective study.
227Authors: Kramer RL;Izquierdo LA;Gilson GJ;Curet LB;Qualls CR;. Title: 'Preeclamptic labs' for evaluating hypertension in pregnancy. Journal Name: Journal of Reproductive Medicine. Year: 1997 AprThis study does not investigate the outcomes of interest.
228Authors: Hefler LA;Tempfer CB;Bancher-Todesca D;Schatten C;Husslein P;Heinze G;Gregg AR;. Title: Placental expression and serum levels of cytokeratin-18 are increased in women with preeclampsia. Journal Name: Journal of the Society for Gynecologic Investigation. Year: 2001 MayThis study does not investigate any intervention of interest.
229Authors: Aggarwal N;Suri V;Soni S;Chopra V;Kohll HS;. Title: A prospective comparison of random urine protein-creatinine ratio vs 24-hour urine protein in women with preeclampsia. Journal Name: Medgenmed Medscape General Medicine. Year: 2008This is a poor quality study.
Not enough data is given to construct a 2×2 table.
230Authors: Raniolo E;Phillipou G;. Title: Prediction of pregnancy-induced hypertension by means of the urinary calcium:creatinine ratio. Journal Name: Medical Journal of Australia. Year: 1993 Jan 18This study does not investigate any of the pre-defined interventions (tests).
231Authors: Sibai BM;Lindheimer M;Hauth J;Caritis S;VanDorsten P;Klebanoff M;MacPherson C;Landon M;Miodovnik M;Paul R;Meis P;Dombrowski M;. Title: Risk factors for preeclampsia, abruptio placentae, and adverse neonatal outcomes among women with chronic hypertension. National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Network of Maternal-Fetal Medicine Units. [see comments]. Journal Name: New England Journal of Medicine. Year: 1998 Sep 3The population included in this study is outside the defined population for this question (chronic hypertension)
232Authors: Naish P;Clark AD;Winston RM;Peters DK;. Title: Serum and urine fibrinogen derivatives in normal pregnancy and preeclampsia. Journal Name: Obstetrics and Gynecology. Year: 1973 DecThis is not a diagnostic accuracy study. No comparison between a test and gold standard was made in this study.
233Authors: Van Dam PA;Renier M;Baekelandt M;Buytaert P;Uyttenbroeck F;. Title: Disseminated intravascular coagulation and the syndrome of hemolysis, elevated liver enzymes, and low platelets in severe preeclampsia. Journal Name: Obstetrics and Gynecology. Year: 1989 JanThis is not a diagnostic accuracy study. No comparison between a test and gold standard was made in this study.
234Authors: Jaschevatzky OE;Rosenberg RP;Shalit A;Zonder HB;Grunstein S;. Title: Protein/creatinine ratio in random urine specimens for quantitation of proteinuria in preeclampsia. Journal Name: Obstetrics and Gynecology. Year: 1990 AprThis study does not report any of the pre-defined primary outcomes.
235Authors: Baker PN;Hackett GA;. Title: The use of urinary albumin-creatinine ratios and calcium-creatinine ratios as screening tests for pregnancy-induced hypertension. Journal Name: Obstetrics and Gynecology. Year: 1994 MayThis study does not investigate any of the pre-defined interventions (tests).
236Authors: Robert M;Sepandj F;Liston RM;Dooley KC;. Title: Random protein-creatinine ratio for the quantitation of proteinuria in pregnancy. Journal Name: Obstetrics and Gynecology. Year: 1997The population included in this study is outside the defined population for this question.
237Authors: Arnaud C;Chau C;Dizier B;Gamerre M;Rochat H;. Title: Plasma fibronectin: predictive factor in gestational hypertension?. Journal Name: Pathologie Biologie. Year: 1997 JunNone of the pre-defined interventions was investigated in this study.
238Authors: Strevens H;Wide-Swensson D;Grubb A;. Title: Serum cystatin C is a better marker for preeclampsia than serum creatinine or serum urate. Journal Name: Scandinavian Journal of Clinical and Laboratory Investigation. Year: 2001None of the pre-defined interventions was investigated in this study.
239Authors: Boffa MC;Valsecchi L;Fausto A;Gozin D;Vigano' DS;Safa O;Castiglioni MT;Amiral J;D'Angelo A;. Title: Predictive value of plasma thrombomodulin in preeclampsia and gestational hypertension. Journal Name: Thrombosis and Haemostasis. Year: 1998 JunNone of the pre-defined interventions was investigated in this study.
240Authors: Felfernig-Boehm D;Salat A;Vogl SE;Murabito M;Felfernig M;Schmidt D;Mittlboeck M;Husslein P;Mueller MR;. Title: Early detection of preeclampsia by determination of platelet aggregability. Journal Name: Thrombosis Research. Year: 2000This is not a diagnostic accuracy study. No comparison between a test and gold standard was made in this study.
241Authors: Jacobson SL;Imhof R;Manning N;Mannion V;Little D;Rey E;Redman C;. Title: The value of Doppler assessment of the uteroplacental circulation in predicting preeclampsia or intrauterine growth retardation. Journal Name: American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Year: 1990 JanThis is not a diagnostic accuracy study. No comparison between a test and gold standard was made in this study.
242Authors: Winocour PH;Taylor RJ;. Title: Early alterations of renal function in insulin-dependent diabetic pregnancies and their importance in predicting pre-eclamptic toxaemia. Journal Name: Diabetes Research. Year: 1989 AprThe population included in this study is outside the scope.
243Authors: Salako BL;Odukogbe AT;Olayemi O;Adedapo KS;Aimakhu CO;Alu FE;Ola B;. Title: Serum albumin, creatinine, uric acid and hypertensive disorders of pregnancy. Journal Name: East African Medical Journal. Year: 2003 AugThe population included in this study is outside the scope.
244Authors: Jauniaux E;Gulbis B;Tunkel S;Ramsay B;Campbell S;Meuris S;. Title: Maternal serum testing for alpha-fetoprotein and human chorionic gonadotropin in high-risk pregnancies. Journal Name: Prenatal Diagnosis. Year: 1996 DecThe population included in this study is outside the defined population for this question.
245Authors: Goh JT;. Title: First antenatal visit haematocrit and pregnancy induced hypertension. Journal Name: Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Year: 1991 NovThe population included in this study is outside the defined population for this question.
246Authors: Sibai BM;Caritis S;Hauth J;. Title: Risks of preeclampsia and adverse neonatal outcomes among women with pregestational diabetes mellitus. Journal Name: American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Year: 2000The population included in this study is outside the scope (diabetic women).
247Authors: Soltan MH;Ismail ZA;Kafafi SM;Abdulla KA;Sammour MB;. Title: Values of certain clinical and biochemical tests for prediction of pre-eclampsia. Journal Name: Annals of Saudi Medicine. Year: 1996The population included in this study is outside the scope.
248Authors: Combs CA;Rosenn B;Kitzmiller JL;Khoury JC;Wheeler BC;Miodovnik M;. Title: Early-pregnancy proteinuria in diabetes related to preeclampsia. Journal Name: Obstetrics and Gynecology. Year: 1993 NovThe population included in this study is outside the scope (diabetic women).
249Authors: Rodriguez-Thompson D;Lieberman ES;. Title: Use of a random urinary protein-to-creatinine ratio for the diagnosis of significant proteinuria during pregnancy. Journal Name: American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Year: 2001 OctThis is a retrospective study.
250Authors: Neithardt AB;Dooley SL;Borensztajn J;. Title: Prediction of 24-hour protein excretion in pregnancy with a single voided urine protein-to-creatinine ratio. Journal Name: American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Year: 2002 MayThe population included in this study is outside the defined population for this question.
251Authors: Gonsales VE;Lopes Ramos JG;Martins-Costa SH;Muller AL;. Title: Variation in the urinary protein/creatinine ratio at four different periods of the day in hypertensive pregnant women. Journal Name: Hypertension in Pregnancy. Year: 2005This study does not investigate any of the pre-defined comparison.
252Authors: Martin JN;Rinehart BK;May WL;Magann EF;Terrone DA;Blake PG;. Title: The spectrum of severe preeclampsia: comparative analysis by HELLP (hemolysis, elevated liver enzyme levels, and low platelet count) syndrome classification.. Journal Name: American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Year: 1999 JunThis is not a diagnostic accuracy study. No comparison between a test and gold standard was made in this study. Very low evidence level.
253Authors: Girling JC;Dow E;Smith JH;. Title: Liver function tests in pre-eclampsia: importance of comparison with a reference range derived for normal pregnancy.. Journal Name: British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Year: 1997 FebThis is not a diagnostic accuracy study. No comparison between a test and gold standard was made in this study. Very low evidence level.
254Authors: Romero R;Mazor M;Lockwood CJ;Emamian M;Belanger KP;Hobbins JC;Duffy T;. Title: Clinical significance, prevalence, and natural history of thrombocytopenia in pregnancy-induced hypertension. Journal Name: American Journal of Perinatology. Year: 1989 JanThis is not a diagnostic accuracy study. No comparison between a test and gold standard was made in this study. Very low evidence level.
255Authors: Conde-Agudelo A;Lede R;Belizan J;. Title: Evaluation of methods used in the prediction of hypertensive disorders of pregnancy.. Journal Name: Obstetrical and Gynecological Survey. Year: 1994 MarThe papers included in this review have been excluded from this review.
256Authors: Lauszus FF;Rasmussen OW;Lousen T;Klebe TM;Klebe JG;. Title: Ambulatory blood pressure as predictor of preeclampsia in diabetic pregnancies with respect to urinary albumin excretion rate and glycemic regulation. Journal Name: Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica. Year: 2001 DecThis study does not include the defined population or interventions of interest.
186Authors: Wakwe VC;Abudu OO;. Title: Estimation of plasma uric acid in pregnancy induced hypertension (PIH). Is the test still relevant?. Journal Name: African Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences. Year: 1999 SepNo maternal or fetal outcomes were reported in this study.
257Authors: Prieto JA;Mastrobattista JM;Blanco JD;. Title: Coagulation studies in patients with marked thrombocytopenia due to severe preeclampsia. Journal Name: American Journal of Perinatology. Year: 1995 MayThe population included in this study is outside the defined population for this question. Also, insufficient data was reported.
194Authors: Lim KH;Friedman SA;Ecker JL;Kao L;Kilpatrick SJ;. Title: The clinical utility of serum uric acid measurements in hypertensive diseases of pregnancy. Journal Name: American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Year: 1998 MayNo maternal or fetal outcomes were reported in this study.
258Authors: Hayashi M;Ueda Y;Hoshimoto K;Ota Y;Fukasawa I;Sumori K;Kaneko I;Abe S;Uno M;Ohkura T;Inaba N;. Title: Changes in urinary excretion of six biochemical parameters in normotensive pregnancy and preeclampsia. Journal Name: American Journal of Kidney Diseases. Year: 2002 FebNo predictive values for maternal or fetal outcomes were reported in this study.
259Authors: Sharma SK;Philip J;Whitten CW;Padakandla UB;Landers DF;. Title: Assessment of changes in coagulation in parturients with preeclampsia using thromboelastography. Journal Name: . Year: 1999 FebNo predictive values for maternal or fetal outcomes were reported in this study.
260Authors: Spencer JAD;Smith MJ;Cederholm W;Wilkinson AR;. Title: Influence of pre-eclampsia on concentrations of haemostatic factors in mothers and infants. Journal Name: Archives of Disease in Childhood. Year: 1983This is a small case-series only (n=10).
261Authors: Osmanagaoglu MA;Topcuoglu K;Ozeren M;Bozkaya H;. Title: Coagulation inhibitors in preeclamptic pregnant women. Journal Name: Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics. Year: 2005 MarNo predictive values for maternal or fetal outcomes were reported in this study.
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 AprNo maternal or fetal outcomes were reported in this study.
204Authors: Ahmed Y;van IB;Paul C;Sullivan HF;Elder MG;. Title: Retrospective analysis of platelet numbers and volumes in normal pregnancy and in pre-eclampsia. Journal Name: British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Year: 1993 MarThis is not a diagnostic accuracy study. No comparison between test and gold standard was made in this study.
262Authors: Makuyana D;Mahomed K;Shukusho FD;Majoko F;. Title: Liver and kidney function tests in normal and pre-eclamptic gestation--a comparison with non-gestational reference values. Journal Name: Central African Journal of Medicine. Year: 2002 MayLibraries are unable to supply.
263Authors: Bollini A;Hernandez G;Bravo LM;Cinara L;Rasia M;. Title: Proposal of a haemorheological profile for early detection of hypertensive gestational disorders. Journal Name: Clinical Hemorheology and Microcirculation. Year: 2003No predictive values for maternal or fetal outcomes were reported in this study.
264Authors: Sayin M;Varol FG;Sayin NC;. Title: Evaluation of natural coagulation inhibitor levels in various hypertensive states of pregnancy. Journal Name: European Journal of Obstetrics Gynecology and Reproductive Biology. Year: 2005No predictive values for maternal or fetal outcomes were reported in this study.
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 DecNo predictive values for maternal or fetal outcomes were reported in this study.
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 maternal or fetal outcomes were reported in this study.
266Authors: Paternoster D;Stella A;Simioni P;Trovo S;Plebani P;Girolami A;. Title: Clotting inhibitors and fibronectin as potential markers in preeclampsia. Journal Name: International Journal of Gynaecology and Obstetrics. Year: 1994 DecNo predictive values for maternal or fetal outcomes were reported in this study.
267Authors: Savelieva GM;Efimov VS;Grishin VL;Shalina RI;Kashezheva AZ;. Title: Blood coagulation changes in pregnant women at risk of developing preeclampsia. Journal Name: International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics. Year: 1995No predictive values for maternal or fetal outcomes were reported in this study.
268Authors: Paternoster DM;. Title: Coagulation and plasma fibronectin parameters in HELLP syndrome. Journal Name: International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics. Year: 1995The population included in this study consists of women with HELLP syndrome. This is outside the scope of this question.
269Authors: Knuist M;Bonsel GJ;Zondervan HA;Treffers PE;. Title: Intensification of fetal and maternal surveillance in pregnant women with hypertensive disorders. Journal Name: International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics. Year: 1998No predictive values for maternal or fetal outcomes were reported in this study.
270Authors: Vigil-De G;. Title: Pregnancy complicated by pre-eclampsia-eclampsia with HELLP syndrome. Journal Name: International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics. Year: 2001This is a non-comparative study. The population consists of women with HELLP syndrome. This is outside the defined population for this question.
271Authors: Rinehart BK;Terrone DA;May WL;Magann EF;Isler CM;Martin JN;. Title: Change in platelet count predicts eventual maternal outcome with syndrome of hemolysis, elevated liver enzymes and low platelet count. Journal Name: Journal of Maternal-Fetal Medicine. Year: 2001The population included in this study is outside the defined population for this question.
222Authors: Thong KJ;Howie AF;Smith AF;Greer IA;Johnstone FD;. Title: Micro-albuminuria in random daytime specimens in pregnancy induced hypertension. Journal Name: Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Year: 1991No maternal or fetal outcomes were reported in this study.
272Authors: Itoh Y;Suzuki Y;Yamamoto T;Kojima K;Murakami I;Suzumori N;. Title: Increase in serum concentrations of inhibin in early onset pre-eclampsia with intrauterine growth restriction. Journal Name: Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Research. Year: 2006 FebNo predictive values for maternal or fetal outcomes were reported in this study.
273Authors: Hooper DE;. Title: Detecting GD and preeclampsia. Effectiveness of routine urine screening for glucose and protein. Journal Name: Journal of Reproductive Medicine. Year: 1996 DecThis study is about routine screening. The population is outside the defined population for this question.
274Authors: Jaleel A;Baseer A;. Title: Thrombocytopenia in preeclampsia: an earlier detector of HELLP syndrome. Journal Name: JPMA - Journal of the Pakistan Medical Association. Year: 1997 SepNo predictive values for maternal or fetal outcomes were reported in this study.
275Authors: Murray N;Homer CS;Davis GK;Curtis J;Mangos G;Brown MA;. Title: The clinical utility of routine urinalysis in pregnancy: a prospective study.. Journal Name: Medical Journal of Australia. Year: 2002 Nov 4This study is about routine screening. The population is outside the defined population for this question.
276Authors: Leduc L;Wheeler JM;Kirshon B;Mitchell P;Cotton DB;. Title: Coagulation profile in severe preeclampsia. Journal Name: Obstetrics and Gynecology. Year: 1992 JanThe population included in this study is outside the defined population for this question (women in intensive care setting).
277Authors: Fischer RL;Bianculli KW;Hediger ML;Scholl TO;. Title: Maternal serum uric acid levels in twin gestations. Journal Name: Obstetrics and Gynecology. Year: 1995 JanThe population of this study is outside the scope (twin gestations).
278Authors: Kupferminc MJ;Fait G;Many A;Gordon D;Eldor A;Lessing JB;. Title: Severe preeclampsia and high frequency of genetic thrombophilic mutations. Journal Name: Obstetrics and Gynecology. Year: 2000No predictive values for maternal or fetal outcomes were reported in this study.
279Authors: Kobayashi T;Sumimoto K;Tokunaga N;Sugimura M;Nishiguchi T;Kanayama N;Terao T;. Title: Coagulation index to distinguish severe preeclampsia from normal pregnancy. Journal Name: Seminars in Thrombosis and Hemostasis. Year: 2002 DecNo predictive values for maternal or fetal outcomes were reported in this study.
280Authors: Odendaal HJ;Pienaar ME;. Title: Are high uric acid levels in patients with early pre-eclampsia an indication for delivery?. Journal Name: South African Medical Journal. Year: 1997 FebThis study is included in a systematic review which is already included.
281Authors: Janes SL;Kyle PM;Redman C;Goodall AH;. Title: Flow cytometric detection of activated platelets in pregnant women prior to the development of pre-eclampsia. Journal Name: Thrombosis and Haemostasis. Year: 1995No predictive values for maternal or fetal outcomes were reported in this study.
282Authors: Varma TR;. Title: Serum uric acid levels as an index of fetal prognosis in pregnancies complicated by pre-existing hypertension and pre-eclampsia of pregnancy. Journal Name: International Journal of Gynaecology and Obstetrics. Year: 1982 OctNo predictive values for maternal or fetal outcomes were reported in this study.
283Authors: Cote AM;Firoz T;Mattman A;Lam EM;von Dadelszen P;Magee LA;. Title: The 24-hour urine collection: gold standard or historical practice?. Journal Name: American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology. Year: 2008 DecNo useful outcomes for our question.
284Authors: Poon LC;Kametas N;Bonino S;Vercellotti E;Nicolaides KH;. Title: Urine albumin concentration and albumin-to-creatinine ratio at 11(+0) to 13(+6) weeks in the prediction of pre-eclampsia. Journal Name: BJOG: an International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Year: 2008 JunScreening study, out the scope of our guideline
285Authors: de Greeff A;Beg Z;Gangji Z;Dorney E;Shennan AH;. Title: Accuracy of inflationary versus deflationary oscillometry in pregnancy and preeclampsia: OMRON-MIT versus OMRON-M7. Journal Name: Blood Pressure Monitoring. Year: 2009 FebOutside the scope of our guideline
286Authors: Hofmeyr GJ;Belfort M;. Title: Proteinuria as a predictor of complications of pre-eclampsia. Journal Name: BMC Medicine. Year: 2009Commentary article
287Authors: Papanna R;Mann LK;Kouides RW;Glantz JC;. Title: Protein/creatinine ratio in preeclampsia: a systematic review. Journal Name: Obstetrics and Gynecology. Year: 2008 JulWe included a newer more comprehensive systematic review on the same topic.
288Authors: Chen BA;Parviainen K;Jeyabalan A;. Title: Correlation of catheterized and clean catch urine protein/creatinine ratios in preeclampsia evaluation. Journal Name: Obstetrics and Gynecology. Year: 2008 SepOut the scope of our guideline
289Authors: Cnossen JS;Vollebregt KC;de VN;ter RG;Mol BW;Franx A;Khan KS;vam der Post JA;. Title: Accuracy of mean arterial pressure and blood pressure measurements in predicting pre-eclampsia: systematic review and meta-analysis. Journal Name: British Medical Journal. Year: 2008 May 17Out the scope of our guideline.

From: Appendix F, Excluded studies

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