Eclampsia is an acute and severe complication of preeclampsia. In classic eclampsia severe rise in hypertension is followed with acute headache and tonic-clonic convulsions. Eclampsia cases are rarely seen in developed countries (1 in 2000); however, in developing countries, the figures are much higher.
KeywordsCerebral Perfusion Pressure Magnesium Sulfate Posterior Reversible Encephalopathy Syndrome Severe Preeclampsia Thiopentone Sodium
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