Prenatal renal diseaseAuthor(s): George Davis
In high income countries, 3% of pregnant women have renal illness. Pre-eclampsia, foetal growth limitation, and loss of maternal renal function are among the pregnancy hazards linked with renal illness. Planning ahead is crucial for both optimising maternal management and ensuring that the woman is aware of all the hazards. A suitable center’s interdisciplinary management and good prenatal care will help to reduce risks for both mother and child.