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Calcium supplementation during pregnancy for preventing hypertensive disorders and related problems

  1. GJ Hofmeyr,
  2. AN Atallah,
  3. L Duley

Editorial Group: Cochrane Pregnancy and Childbirth Group

Published Online: 21 JAN 2002

DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD001059


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Hofmeyr GJ, Atallah AN, Duley L. Calcium supplementation during pregnancy for preventing hypertensive disorders and related problems. The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2002, Issue 1. Art. No.: CD001059. DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD001059.

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*Prof G Justus Hofmeyr, Director/Hon. Professor, Effective Care Research Unit, University of the Witwatersrand, University of Fort Hare, Eastern Cape Department of Health, Frere and Cecilia Makiwane Hospitals, Private Bag X 9047, East London, Eastern Cape, 5200, SOUTH AFRICA. gjh@global.co.za.

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  1. Published Online: 21 JAN 2002

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[Analysis 01.01]
Analysis 01.01. Comparison 01 Routine calcium supplementation in pregnancy by hypertension risk, Outcome 01 High blood pressure (with or without proteinuria)
[Analysis 01.02]
Analysis 01.02. Comparison 01 Routine calcium supplementation in pregnancy by hypertension risk, Outcome 02 Pre-eclampsia
[Analysis 01.03]
Analysis 01.03. Comparison 01 Routine calcium supplementation in pregnancy by hypertension risk, Outcome 03 Maternal death/serious morbidity
[Analysis 01.04]
Analysis 01.04. Comparison 01 Routine calcium supplementation in pregnancy by hypertension risk, Outcome 04 Placental abruption
[Analysis 01.05]
Analysis 01.05. Comparison 01 Routine calcium supplementation in pregnancy by hypertension risk, Outcome 05 Caesarean section
[Analysis 01.07]
Analysis 01.07. Comparison 01 Routine calcium supplementation in pregnancy by hypertension risk, Outcome 07 Preterm delivery
[Analysis 01.08]
Analysis 01.08. Comparison 01 Routine calcium supplementation in pregnancy by hypertension risk, Outcome 08 Birthweight < 2500g
[Analysis 01.09]
Analysis 01.09. Comparison 01 Routine calcium supplementation in pregnancy by hypertension risk, Outcome 09 Neonate small for gestational age as defined by trial authors
[Analysis 01.10]
Analysis 01.10. Comparison 01 Routine calcium supplementation in pregnancy by hypertension risk, Outcome 10 Admission to neonatal intensive care unit
[Analysis 01.12]
Analysis 01.12. Comparison 01 Routine calcium supplementation in pregnancy by hypertension risk, Outcome 12 Stillbirth or death before discharge from hospital
[Analysis 01.15]
Analysis 01.15. Comparison 01 Routine calcium supplementation in pregnancy by hypertension risk, Outcome 15 Childhood systolic blood pressure > 95th percentile
[Analysis 01.16]
Analysis 01.16. Comparison 01 Routine calcium supplementation in pregnancy by hypertension risk, Outcome 16 Childhood diastolic blood pressure > 95th percentile
[Analysis 02.01]
Analysis 02.01. Comparison 02 Routine calcium supplementation in pregnancy by baseline dietary calcium, Outcome 01 High blood pressure (with or without proteinuria)
[Analysis 02.02]
Analysis 02.02. Comparison 02 Routine calcium supplementation in pregnancy by baseline dietary calcium, Outcome 02 Pre-eclampsia
[Analysis 02.03]
Analysis 02.03. Comparison 02 Routine calcium supplementation in pregnancy by baseline dietary calcium, Outcome 03 Maternal death/serious morbidity
[Analysis 02.04]
Analysis 02.04. Comparison 02 Routine calcium supplementation in pregnancy by baseline dietary calcium, Outcome 04 Placental abruption
[Analysis 02.05]
Analysis 02.05. Comparison 02 Routine calcium supplementation in pregnancy by baseline dietary calcium, Outcome 05 Caesarean section
[Analysis 02.07]
Analysis 02.07. Comparison 02 Routine calcium supplementation in pregnancy by baseline dietary calcium, Outcome 07 Preterm delivery
[Analysis 02.08]
Analysis 02.08. Comparison 02 Routine calcium supplementation in pregnancy by baseline dietary calcium, Outcome 08 Birthweight < 2500g
[Analysis 02.09]
Analysis 02.09. Comparison 02 Routine calcium supplementation in pregnancy by baseline dietary calcium, Outcome 09 Neonate small for gestational age as defined by trial authors
[Analysis 02.10]
Analysis 02.10. Comparison 02 Routine calcium supplementation in pregnancy by baseline dietary calcium, Outcome 10 Admission to neonatal intensive care unit
[Analysis 02.12]
Analysis 02.12. Comparison 02 Routine calcium supplementation in pregnancy by baseline dietary calcium, Outcome 12 Stillbirth or death before discharge from hospital
[Analysis 02.15]
Analysis 02.15. Comparison 02 Routine calcium supplementation in pregnancy by baseline dietary calcium, Outcome 15 Childhood systolic blood pressure > 95th percentile
[Analysis 02.16]
Analysis 02.16. Comparison 02 Routine calcium supplementation in pregnancy by baseline dietary calcium, Outcome 16 Childhood diastolic blood pressure > 95th percentile