Definición de eclampsia en inglés:

eclampsia

Silabificación: ec·lamp·si·a
Pronunciación: /iˈklam(p)sēə
 
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sustantivo

Medicine
A condition in which one or more convulsions occur in a pregnant woman suffering from high blood pressure, often followed by coma and posing a threat to the health of mother and baby. See also preeclampsia.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • We determined whether a recorded history of gestational hypertension or pre-eclampsia or eclampsia predicted cardiovascular disease in later life, as indicated by measures of mortality and morbidity.
  • Long term survival of mothers was addressed in 1976 by Chesley et al, who found no increased mortality in white women who had eclampsia in their first pregnancy.
  • For example, it may be hypothesized that recurrence of eclampsia in pregnant women is more common in those that have family history of hypertension.

Origen

mid 19th century: modern Latin, from French éclampsie, from Greek eklampsis 'sudden development', from eklampein 'shine out'.

Derivativos

eclamptic

Pronunciación: /iˈklam(p)tik/
adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • An eclamptic fit indicates serious underlying disease and is usually self limiting and not inherently life threatening, although undesirable.
  • Three episodes of eclamptic seizures are expected each year.
  • Over 63 000 women die annually after eclamptic convulsions, with 99% of these deaths occurring in low and middle income countries.

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