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Table 1 Comparison of responses for the 551 women for whom there were questionnaires from both general practitioner and women

From: Magpie Trial in the UK: methods and additional data for women and children at 2 years following pregnancy complicated by pre-eclampsia

  General practitioner Women
  n = 551 (%) n = 551 (%)
Visit/s to general practitioner 531 (96) 411 (75)
Number of visits: 191   216  
   1–5 161   75  
   6–10 161   75  
   > 10 168   77  
   not known 11   43  
Visits to hospital clinic 222 (40) 199 (36)
   Not known 6 (1) 6 (1)
Admission to hospital 45 (8) 89 (16)
Number of admissions to hospital/year*     
Reported at ≤ 24 months **     
   Median {IQR} 0.63 {0.6–0.7} 0.5 {0.5–1.0}
   Range 0–2   0–4  
Reported at > 24 months ***     
   Median {IQR} 0.4 {0.4–0.5} 0.4 {0.3–0.5}
   Range 0–1   0–2  
not known number of times admitted 7   10  
Since Magpie pregnancy     
Serious morbidity**** 14 (3) 18 (3)
had antihypertensive since 6 weeks postpartum 126 (23) 107 (19)
   not known 7   6  
Taking antihypertensive drug now 54 (10) 59 (11)
   not known 6 - 2 -
Other prescribed drug/s for > 2 weeks 316 (57) 150 (27)
   not known 6   6 -
  1. * excludes admissions related to pregnancy
  2. ** general practitioner n = 335, women n = 166
  3. *** general practitioner n = 216, women n = 385,
  4. **** one or more of renal problems, stroke, severe hypertension