Pre-eclampsia and kidney disease

A pregnancy complication characterized by large forces per unit area is known as pre-eclampsia (toxicosis). Fluid retention and leg swelling are common among pregnant women, making it difficult to distinguish preeclampsia from normal pregnancy. In women with urinary tract disorders, even a small reduction puts them at risk of toxicosis, which can lead to acute kidney injury, endothelial damage, and podocyte loss. may put you at risk for pre-eclampsia, but is also associated with impaired glycocalyx integrity and alterations of the complement and renin-angiotensin-aldosterone systems.

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