NICaS is designed to assist physicians to determine the exact cause of hypertension for preeclampsia management. NICaS is based on patients’ objective hemodynamic parameters, allowing physicians to reach a deeper understanding of the dynamics concerning each patient’s hypertension and to improve preeclampsia management.
Preeclampsia In Numbers:
10% of all pregnancies are impacted by hypertension
14% of all maternal deaths worldwide are due to hypertensive disorders
46% of women with gestational hypertension will progress to preeclampsia
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