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The risk and severity of preeclampsia secondary to Iodine deficiency and iodine deficiency-mediated subclinical hypothyroidism: mechanisms and early cardiovascular consequences

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posted on 01.04.2021, 15:03 by Charles Businge
The 3 datasets above are from the project titled: "The risk and severity of preeclampsia secondary to Iodine deficiency and iodine deficiency-mediated subclinical hypothyroidism: mechanisms and early cardiovascular consequences"

Dataset 1 pertains to serum potassium, FT3, FT4, thyroglobulin and urine iodine concentration and accompanying variables by hypertensive disease in pregnancy category: normotensive, severe preeclampsia and eclampsia

Dataset 2 pertains to iodine nutrition status in late pregnancy, endothelial functional status measurements and hypertensive disease status in pregnancy. Mildly elevated thyroid stimulating hormone is associated with endothelial dysfunction and severe preeclampsia among pregnant women with insufficient iodine.

Dataset 3 pertains to Iodine nutritional status in late pregnancy and severity of preeclampsia.

History

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Department of Medicine, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Cape Town