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Identifying Novel Biomarkers of Preeclampsia

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Novel Biomarkers of Preeclampsia, Aquaporin, Fatty Acid, and S110B

This is a research study designed to help identify preeclampsia in pregnant women earlier, and possibly lead to better treatment for women preeclampsia.

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Women w/ Preeclampsia w/o Visual Disturbances or Headache

Up to three maternal blood samples collected from each participant, cerebrospinal fluid collected from each participant during spinal or combined spinal/epidural anesthesia, one umbilical cord blood sample obtained from each participant, four placenta samples obtained from each placenta from each participant

Women w/ Preeclampsia w/ Visual Disturbances or Headaches

Up to three maternal blood samples collected from each participant, cerebrospinal fluid collected from each participant during spinal or combined spinal/epidural anesthesia, one umbilical cord blood sample obtained from each participant, four placenta samples obtained from each placenta from each participant

Women w/o Preeclampsia

Up to three maternal blood samples collected from each participant, cerebrospinal fluid collected from each participant during spinal or combined spinal/epidural anesthesia, one umbilical cord blood sample obtained from each participant, four placenta samples obtained from each placenta from each participant

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Novel Biomarkers of Preeclampsia: Aquaporin, Fatty Acid, and S100B

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NCT03567551

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