Is home blood-pressure monitoring in hypertensive disorders of pregnancy consistent with clinic recordings?

Kalafat, E.
Mir, I.
Perry, H.
Thilaganathan, B.
Khalil, A.
Objective To assess the agreement between home blood-pressure monitoring (HBPM) and blood-pressure measurements in a clinic setting, in a cohort of pregnant women with hypertensive disorders of pregnancy (HDP).


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Objective A secondary analysis of the trial of randomized umbilical and fetal flow in Europe suggested that the umbilicocerebral ratio (UCR) provides better differentiation of neurodevelopmental outcome in the abnormal range compared with that of the cerebroplacental ratio (CPR).1 However, the reported superiority of UCR is controversial.2 This study aimed to compare the CPR and the UCR for predicting operative delivery for presumed fetal compromise and prolonged neonatal unit (NNU) admission in term fetus...
Citation Formats
E. Kalafat, I. Mir, H. Perry, B. Thilaganathan, and A. Khalil, “Is home blood-pressure monitoring in hypertensive disorders of pregnancy consistent with clinic recordings?,” ULTRASOUND IN OBSTETRICS & GYNECOLOGY, pp. 515–521, 2018, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: