A Preeclampsia blood test is used to determine whether a pregnant woman has preeclampsia, a condition characterized by high blood pressure and protein in the urine. The test measures levels of specific proteins, such as PlGF and sFLT1, which can be elevated in the blood of women with preeclampsia. It's important for pregnant women to speak with their healthcare provider about any concerns they may have about preeclampsia. A blood sample is required for this test.
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