PIERS Proteinuria: Relationship With Adverse Maternal and Perinatal Outcome

Beth Payne, Laura A. Magee, Anne Marie Côté, Jennifer A. Hutcheon, Jing Li, Phillipa M. Kyle, Jennifer M. Menzies, M. Peter Moore, Claire Parker, Barbra Pullar, Peter von Dadelszen, Barry N. Walters, M. J. Douglas, K. R. Walley, J. A. Russell, S. K. Lee, A. Gruslin, G. N. Smith, J. M. Moutquin, M. A. BrownG. Davis, N. Sass, T. Duan, J. Zhou, S. Mahajan, A. Noovao, L. A. McCowan, M. P. Moore, S. Z. Bhutta, Z. A. Bhutta, D. R. Hall, D. W. Steyn, F. Broughton Pipkin, P. Loughna, S. Robson, M. de Swiet, J. J. Walker, W. A. Grobman, M. D. Lindheimer, J. M. Roberts, J. Mark Ansermino, Samantha Benton, Geoff Cundiff, Dany Hugo, K. S. Joseph, Sayrin Lalji, Paula Lott, Annie B. Ouellet, Dorothy Shaw, D. Keith Still, for the PIERS Study Group (Appendix)

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