Serum Calcium, Serum Magnesium and Serum Iron in Preeclampsia

Bansode TV, Shejale SR, Satpute S, Jagtap A

Aim: To understand the alteration in biochemical parameters in preeclamptic women. Material and method: Study consists of 120 subjects with age>18 yrs Group I: 40 non hypertensive pregnant women. Group II: Includes 80 preeclamptic women. Venous blood samples were collected during ante partum period and serum levels of Calcium, Magnesium and Iron were measured. Result: Serum calcium level is significantly decreased (p<0.001) in in group II (6.73+/-1.11) as compared to group I (9.93+/-0.73), Serum Magnesium level is significantly decreased (p<0.001) in in group II (0.81+/-0.19) as compared to group I (1.92+/-0.32), Serum Iron level is significantly increased (p<0.001) in in group II (47.12+/-9.123) as compared to group I (24.22+/-5.95). Conclusion: Estimation of these parameters will help clinician for early diagnosis and treatment which will prevent further life threatening complications and mortality

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