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Late-onset postpartum preeclampsia: A case study

Clark, Terri P. PhD, CNM, MSN, ARNP, FACNM

Nurse Practitioner:
doi: 10.1097/01.NPR.0000443230.18099.e9

Abstract: Late-onset postpartum preeclampsia is atypical and potentially life-threatening. Diagnosis is frequently delayed because signs and symptoms of significant disease are subtle, thus, nurse practitioners should have a high index of suspicion. Immediate consultation, diagnosis, initial management, pathophysiology, and breastfeeding support are discussed as well as patient education and future health implications.

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Terri Patrice Clark is an associate professor at Seattle University College of Nursing, Seattle, Wash.

The author has disclosed that she has no financial relationships related to this article.

© 2014 Lippincott Williams & Wilkins