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Biomarkers in Prediction of Preeclampsia

Journal: International Journal of Progressive Sciences and Technologies (IJPSAT) (Vol.34, No. 2)

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Page : 437-449

Keywords : Preeclampsia; Placental Transcriptomics; Placental Genes; Liquid Biopsy; Proteomics.;

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       Preeclampsia is being pregnant-specific, and notably contributes to maternal, and perinatal morbidity and mortality worldwide. An effective predictive test for preeclampsia could facilitate early diagnosis, focused surveillance and well timed delivery; however, restrained alternatives presently exist. A first-trimester screening algorithms has been evolved and demonstrated to expect preterm preeclampsia, with poor utility for term disease, wherein the greatest burden lies. Biomarkers consisting of sFlt-1 and placental growth factor also are now getting used clinically in cases of suspected preterm preeclampsia; their high negative predictive value allows assured exclusion of disease in women with normal results, however sensitivity is modest. There has been a concerted attempt to become aware of ability novel biomarkers that could enhance prediction. These in large part originate from organs concerned in preeclampsia’s pathogenesis, which includes placental, cardiovascular and urinary biomarkers. This review outlines the clinical imperative for an effective test and those already in use and summarises modern-day preeclampsia biomarker studies.

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