Puerperal NSAIDs in Preeclampsia Not Associated With Postpartum Hypertension
Rates of eclampsia, pulmonary edema, and ICU admission were similar between women who received NSAIDs and those who did not.
Beat-to-beat blood pressure variability is a novel way to predict risk for recurrent stroke and cardiovascular events.
Renin-independent aldosteronism, and possibly mineralocorticoid receptor activation increase risk for hypertension.
The FDA has approved angiotensin II intravenous infusion for hypotension in patients with septic shock.