The use of oral ketanserin for the treatment of pre-eclampsia

Hulme V.A. ; Odendaal H.J. (1988)

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Oral ketanserin was used in an attempt to control gestational proteinuric hypertension and to improve perinatal outcome in 20 patients before 34 weeks. The average duration of treatment was 9 days. These patients had advanced disease which progressed despite additional treatment with a diuretic and/or methyldopa.

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