Priority 2 from the Blood Pressure in Pregnancy PSP

UNCERTAINTY: How can we predict and prevent shorter term complications of pregnancy hypertension (including stillbirth, fetal growth restriction, neonatal death, progression to pre-eclampsia)? (JLA PSP Priority 2)
Overall ranking 2
JLA question ID 0099/2
Explanatory note Not available for this PSP

None identified

Health Research Classification System category Reproductive health and childbirth
Extra information provided by this PSP
Original uncertainty examples How can we better predict who will get pre eclampsia/eclampsia. ~ Is the onset of pre-eclampsia consistent and predictable across all women or do some develop symptoms quicker than others? ~ How can we better prevent stillbirth in preeclampsia? ~ what are the best medications for controlling blood pressure in pregnancy, both for short term and longer term benefits for mother and baby? ~ How does PIH affect arterial Doppler pressures in pregnancy and at what point is fetal medicine scanning required ~ What are the risks of developing hypertension later in life following pre-eclampsia
Submitted by 6 woman, 1 who knew a person/relative/friend with pregnancy hypertension, 9 healthcare, 3 other, 1 literature review of uncertainties reported 
PSP information
PSP unique ID 0099
PSP name Blood Pressure in Pregnancy
Total number of uncertainties identified by this PSP.

50 (To see a full list of all uncertainties identified, please see the detailed spreadsheet held on the JLA website)

Date of priority setting workshop 20 June 2019