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TITLE:

ASSESSMENT AND IMPORTANCE OF LIPID PROFILE IN PRE-ECLAMPSIA WOMEN

AUTHORS:

Dr. Tooba Hameed, Dr. Sana Iqbal, Dr. Aasma Nighat Zaidi, Dr. Nauman Aziz, Dr. Hafiza Swaiba Afzal, Dr Ussama Ashfaq

ABSTRACT:

Objective: The aim of this study is to know the assessment and importance of lipid profile in preeclampsia women. Study Design: A cross-sectional analytical study. Place and Duration: In the Physiology Department of Nishtar Medical University, Multan in Collaboration with Gynecology and Obstetrics Department of Nishtar Hospital Multan for One year Duration from September 2017 to September 2018. Methods: The study consisted of 90 subjects, each of which consisted of 30 people. 30 were apparently healthy subjects, 30 mild preeclamptic and 30 severe preeclamptic. Clinical details were collected. Fasting blood samples were obtained by aseptic methods and serum lipid profile was analyzed. Results: Of the 90 subjects studied, 30 had normal triglycerides (176.76 mg / d1). However, 30 subjects with severe preeclampsia show serum triglycerides 242.mg / dl according to normal. The difference in both groups was statistically more significant than normal. Conclusion: It was concluded that high circulating levels increased with preeclampsia in the pathogenesis of preeclampsia associated with preeclampsia, which may be a risk factor during pregnancy. Key words: Lipids, Preeclampsia.

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