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The combination of maternal early pregnancy characteristics and current antenatal blood pressure measurement from 28 weeks' gestation improves the prediction of women at risk of developing preeclampsia

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The combination of maternal early pregnancy characteristics and current antenatal blood pressure measurement from 28 weeks' gestation improves the prediction of women at risk of developing preeclampsia. / McCarthy, Fergus P.; Kenny, Louise C.

In: Evidence-based Medicine, 10.02.2016.

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McCarthy, FP & Kenny, LC 2016, 'The combination of maternal early pregnancy characteristics and current antenatal blood pressure measurement from 28 weeks' gestation improves the prediction of women at risk of developing preeclampsia', Evidence-based Medicine. https://doi.org/10.1136/ebmed-2015-110375

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McCarthy, F. P., & Kenny, L. C. (Accepted/In press). The combination of maternal early pregnancy characteristics and current antenatal blood pressure measurement from 28 weeks' gestation improves the prediction of women at risk of developing preeclampsia. Evidence-based Medicine. https://doi.org/10.1136/ebmed-2015-110375

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McCarthy FP, Kenny LC. The combination of maternal early pregnancy characteristics and current antenatal blood pressure measurement from 28 weeks' gestation improves the prediction of women at risk of developing preeclampsia. Evidence-based Medicine. 2016 Feb 10. https://doi.org/10.1136/ebmed-2015-110375

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McCarthy, Fergus P. ; Kenny, Louise C. / The combination of maternal early pregnancy characteristics and current antenatal blood pressure measurement from 28 weeks' gestation improves the prediction of women at risk of developing preeclampsia. In: Evidence-based Medicine. 2016.

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