Hipertensi pada Kehamilan

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Hipertensi pada kehamilan sering terjadi (6-10 %) dan meningkatkan risiko morbiditas dan mortalitas pada ibu, janin dan perinatal. Pre-eklampsia/eklampsia dan hipertensi berat pada kehamilan risikonya lebih besar. Hipertensi pada kehamilan dapat digolongkan menjadi pre-eklampsia/ eklampsia, hipertensi kronis pada kehamilan, hipertensi kronis disertai pre-eklampsia, dan hipertensi gestational. Pengobatan hipertensi pada kehamilan dengan menggunakan obat antihipertensi ternyata tidak mengurangi atau meningkatkan risiko kematian ibu, proteinuria, efek samping, operasi caesar, kematian neonatal, kelahiran prematur, atau bayi lahir kecil. Penelitian mengenai obat antihipertensi pada kehamilan masih sedikit. Obat yang direkomendasikan adalah labetalol, nifedipine dan methyldopa sebagai first line terapi. Penatalaksanaan hipertensi pada kehamilan memerlukan pendekatan multidisiplin dari dokter obsetri, internis, nefrologis dan anestesi. Hipertensi pada kehamilan memiliki tingkat kekambuhan yang tinggi pada kehamilan berikutnya. Hypertension complicates 6% to 10% of pregnancies and increases the risk of maternal, fetal and perinatal morbidity and mortality. Preeclampsia / eclampsia and severe hypertension in pregnancy are at greater risk. Four major hypertensive disorders in pregnancy have been described by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG): chronic hypertension; preeclampsia-eclampsia; chronic hypertension with superimposed preeclampsia; and gestational hypertension. The current review suggests that antihypertensive drug therapy does not reduce or increase the risk of maternal death, proteinuria, side effects, cesarean section, neonatal and birth death, preterm birth, or small for gestational age infants. The quality of evidence was low. Recommendations for treatment of hypertension in pregnancy are labetalol, nifedipine and methyldopa as first line drugs therapy. Although the obstetrician manages most cases of hypertension during pregnancy, the internist, cardiologist, or nephrologist may be consulted if hypertension precedes conception, if end organ damage is present, or when accelerated hypertension occurs. Women who have had preeclampsia are also at increased risk for hypertension in future pregnancies.


pregnancy, hypertension, preeclampsia, antihypertensive drugs


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