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Table 1 Clinical examination across gestation at different time points

From: The REVAMP study: research exploring various aspects and mechanisms in preeclampsia: study protocol

Time points Clinical and Laboratory Investigations
  Clinical examination Blood examination Urine routine test
11-14 weeks • Systolic BP • Hemogram • Physical examination
• Diastolic BP • HBsAg • Chemical examination
• Pulse • HIV • Microscopic examination
• Edema • OGCT
• RS • TSH
• CVS • PAPP-A
• PA • ß-HCG
• Creatinine
18-22 weeks • Systolic BP • Hemogram • Physical examination
• Diastolic BP • Chemical examination
• Pulse • Microscopic examination
• Edema
• RS
• CVS
• PA
26-28 weeks • Systolic BP • Hemogram • Physical examination
• Diastolic BP • OGCT • Chemical examination
• Pulse • TSH • Microscopic examination
• Edema
• RS
• CVS
• PA
At delivery • Systolic BP • Hemogram • Physical examination
• Diastolic BP • Chemical examination
• Pulse • Microscopic examination
• Edema
• RS
• CVS
• PA
Cord blood - • Hemogram -
  1. BP blood pressure, CVS cardiovascular system, HBsAg hepatitis B surface antigen, HIV human immunodeficiency virus, OGCT oral glucose challenge test [Diabetes In Pregnancy Study Group of India (DIPSI method)] [56], PA per abdomen, PAPP-A pregnancy-associated plasma protein A, RS respiratory system, ß-HCG beta human chorionic gonadotropin, TSH thyroid stimulating hormone