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Clinical Investigations

Clinical Investigations

Preeclampsia is a major contributor to adverse pregnancy outcomes for both mother and baby. A major difficulty is diagnosing the illness before the conditions are too severe. Previous studies have demonstrated that placental growth factor and vascular endothelial growth factor levels are reduced in women who will develop severe preeclampsia. Current investigations are underway examining the clinical possibilities of early diagnosis of preeclampsia in hopes that treatment modalities will then be possible to prevent the disease.

Other investigations examine the pharmacokinetics of antiseizure, anti-HIV, ACE inhibitors, anticoagulants, nanomedicines and biotech products concerning maternal/ fetal exposures.

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