Treatment of Elevated Blood Pressures in Early Pregnancy

Treatment of Elevated Blood Pressures in Early Pregnancy

Patients will be randomized to treatment of elevated blood pressures (120 or greater systolic OR 80 or greater diastolic) versus non-treatment. After randomization to treatment, patient’s will be treated with either nifedipine or labetalol (both medications that are standard of care for treatment of elevated blood pressure during pregnancy).
The purpose of this study is two-fold: 1) Determine if treatment of elevated blood pressures (120 or greater systolic OR 80 or greater diastolic) versus non-treatment improves maternal and fetal outcomes and 2) determine if ICG directed treatment is optimal as ICG will not be used to determine treatment medication (this will be done by secondary analysis after conclusion of the study).

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