Preeclampsia/ Eclampsia - Patient Experience Resources

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Resources found: Medical literature = 6, Web resources = 1, Documents = 0.

Medical literature (6)
Aukes AM, Wessel I, Dubois AM, Aarnoudse JG, Zeeman GG. Self-reported cognitive functioning in formerly eclamptic women. American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology 2007; 197: 365.31-365.e6. Abstract Visit
East C, Conway K, Pollock W, Frawley N, Brennecke, S. Women's Experiences of Preeclampsia: Australian Action on Preeclampsia Survey of Women and Their Confidants. J Pregnancy 2011; Abstract
Klein, MC. Advancing Normal Birth. The Journal of Perinatal Education 2011; 20: 185-187. Abstract
Postma IR, Wessel I, Aarnoudse JG, Zeeman G. Neurocognitive functioning in women with a history of eclampsia: executive functioning and sustained attention. American Journal of Perinatology 2010; 27: 685-690. Abstract
Tsigas E, Magee LA. Advocacy organisations as partners in pre-eclampsia progress: patient involvement improves outcomes. Best Practice & Research Clinical Obstetrics and Gynaecology 2011; 25: 523-536. Abstract
You WB, Wolf M, Bailey SC, Pandit AU, Waite KR, Sobel RM, Grobman W. Factors Associated with Patient Understanding of Preeclampsia. Hypertension in Pregnancy 2010; Abstract
Web resources (1)
Preeclampsia Foundation. If Only We Knew: The Quest to Conquer Preeclampsia. Preeclampsia Foundation 2009; Visit