Prediction of early preeclampsia: results from a longitudinal proteomics study

Preeclampsia (PE) is a major obstetrical syndrome and is classified as early if it occurs prior to 34 weeks of gestation. Current prediction models for PE combine maternal risk factors, uterine artery Doppler velocimetry, and maternal blood proteins. Although the detection rate of such models to identify
patients at risk for early/preterm PE is sufficient to allow
preventive strategies, the contribution of biochemical markers
in these models is limited.