Author(s): Rodrguez Gonzlez D, Godina Gallardo M, Hernndez Chvez A, Ramrez Garca A, Hernndez Camarena R
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Abstract A retrospective study was done of thirty-patients with severe preeclampsia and HELLP syndrome whose developed acute renal failure, 25 patients also had acute tubular necrosis and five cases bilateral cortical necrosis with chronic renal insufficiency. Severe hypertension was present in all cases and anti-hypertensive therapy was needed. Six patients died, three due to intracranial hemorrhage, other two secondary to hypovolemic shock, and in one case multiple organ dysfunction.
This article was published in Ginecol Obstet Mex
and referenced in General Medicine: Open Access