Health News You Can Use: Preeclampsia: Serious Health Risk for Pregnant Women

May 6, 2021

This week we are talking about preeclampsia, a rare but serious health threat for pregnant women.

Dr. Karen Florio, Maternal and Fetal Medicine physician and Co-Medical Director, Heart Disease in Pregnancy Program at Saint Luke’s Mid America Heart Institute, and  Dr. Valerie Rader, cardiologist specializing in Women’s Cardiovascular Disease at Saint Luke’s Mid America Heart Institute about what preeclampsia is, what symptoms pregnant women should pay attention to, and how it affects mothers during and even after pregnancy.

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